London, South Kensington
30 October 2014
Adam Camerarius (Groningen ?- after 1666)
A tronie of a man in ceremonial robes with a gold chain and a hat
oil on canvas
25 ¾ x 18 ½ in. (65.5 x 47 cm.)
Anonymous sale; Christie's, Amsterdam, 5 November 2003, lot 14, as 'School of Rembrandt'.
Anonymous sale [The Property of a Private Collector]; Sotheby's, Amsterdam, 7 May 2008, lot 70 (€18,250).
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