24 - 25 June 2008,
Price realised EUR 1,250
EUR 1,000 - EUR 1,500
After Anton Graff (Winterthur 1736-1813 Dresden)
Portrait of Wennemar Platzmann, half-length, in a blue costume with a white jabot
oil on canvas
75.2 x 61.4 cm.
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After the original in a private collection in Leipzig, 1937 (see E. Berckenhagen, Anton Graff, Berlin, 1967, p. 294, no. 1089, illustrated).
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