13 October 2009
Attributed to Henri Cantelbeeck (active 1690-1720)
The Raising of Lazarus
oil on copper
17.5 x 21.6 cm.
Anonymous sale; Christie's, London, 22 July 1983, lot 173, as 'Frans de Paula Ferg', where bought by the present owner.
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Municipal Art Gallery, Leeds, Loan exhibition of works of the Old Masters, 1889, no. 13.
The present composition is closely related to two pictures; one with Christie's, London, 17 December 1999, lot 172, the other with Christie's, South Kensington, 27 October 1999, lot 317.
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