14 November 2012
Abraham van den Tempel (Leeuwarden 1622/3-1672 Amsterdam)
Granida and Daifilo
indistinctly signed 'A Van ...' (lower left)
oil on canvas
133.1 x 166 cm.
with Robert Frank, London; Christie's, London, 16 July 1937, lot 69, as A. Bloemaert (£16.16.0 to Sandor).
with Colnaghi, London, 1988, as signed and dated 'A Vde Tempel 1666'.
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With a certificate by Christopher Wright, dated May 1988, confirming the attribution and as signed and dated 1666 (lower left).
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