23 - 24 June 2015
Attributed to Jan Victors (Amsterdam 1619-1676 The East Indies)
Portrait of a gentleman, three-quarter length, seated before a classical column with an open book on a green draped table; and Portrait of a lady, three-quarter length, seated on a terrace and holding a fan
oil on panel
30.2 x 22.7 cm.; and 30.3 x 22.9 cm.
a pair, each with a red and black wax seal on the reverse.
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