15 - 16 November 2016
Attributed to Theobald Michau (Doornik 1676-1765 Antwerp)
A wooded river landscape with travellers on a river bank and figures in boats
oil on panel
38.5 x 50 cm.
Lord Clinton of Bicton, 1950, as Theobald Michau.
Isidore Ostrer, her deceased sale; Sotheby's, London, 7 July 1976, lot 20, as Theobald Michau.
with R. Finck, Brussels, 1978, where bought by the late father of the present owner.
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