14 April 2016
Property from the Collection of Walter and Nancy Liedtke
Anthonie de Lorme (Tornai c. 1610-1673 Rotterdam)
An imaginary church interior by night
signed and dated 'A. d. Lorme. 1640' (lower left, at the base of the column)
oil on panel
12 x 15 ¾ in. (30.4 x 40.1 cm.)
(Probably) with Henry Graves & Co, London.
with Rafael Valls, Maastricht, where acquired by
Walter and Nancy Liedtke, March 2010.
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We are grateful to Ellis Dullaart at the RKD, The Hague, for confirming the attribution on the basis of photographs.
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