2 November 2016
PROPERTY FROM VILLA AGNESI IN MONTEVECCHIA, LOMBARDY (LOTS 219-231 & 300-327)
Andrea Belvedere, called Abate Andrea (Naples 1642-1732)
Flowers in a stone urn on a garden floor
oil on canvas
24 7/8 x 38 7/8 in. (63.3 x 98.8 cm.)
Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, London, 5 July 1950, lot 108, as 'G. P. Verbruggen' (128 gns. with lot 107 to Leggatt).
Captain E.G. Spencer-Churchill, M.C., Northwick Park; (+) Christie's, London, 25 February 1966, lot 80, as 'Neapolitan School'.
Anonymous sale [The Property of a Family Trust]; Christie's, London, 9 December 2009, lot 103 (£21,250).
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Captain E.G. Spencer-Churchill, The Northwick Rescues, 1961, no. 185, as 'Michelangelo di Pace Campiloglio [sic]'.
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