9 December 2009
Baron François-Xavier Fabre (Montpellier 1766-1837)
Portrait of Edward Fox Fitzgerald, bust-length, in a blue coat, striped waistcoat and white stock
signed and dated 'F.x. F. 1815.' (lower left)
oil on canvas
13¼ x 10¾ in. (33.7 x 27.3 cm.)
in a contemporary carved giltwood frame
Charles Sedelmayer; sale, Cologne, 1906.
Anonymous sale; Zürich, Koller Auktionen AG, 28 March 2003, lot 3123 (sold for 17,000 CHF).
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L. Pellicer, PhD thesis, Paris University, 1982, III, no. 111a.
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