26 October 2016
Charles-Léopold Grevenbroeck (active Paris 1730-after 1759 Naples)
An Italianate harbor with a barge, men-o'-war and other shipping, a walled town beyond; and An Italianate harbor with men-o'-war and other shipping
oil on copper
7 x 13 ¾ in. (17.5 x 34.7 cm.) each
James Byrne, Oyster Bay, and by descent to the following.
Private collection, District of Columbia.
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We are grateful to Ludovica Trezzani for confirming the attribution to Charles-Léopold Grevenbroeck on the basis of firsthand inspection (written correspondence, 30 August 2016).
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