2 - 3 June 2015
CHRISTIAN FRIEDRICH ZINCKE (ANGLO-GERMAN, 1683/1684 - 1767)
A gentleman called Joseph Addison, in blue velvet coat, white stock and lace cravat
Oval, 47 mm. high, gold frame
The Property of a Nobleman; Christie's, London, 2 November 1971, lot 96 (as Joseph Addison).
Neumeister, Munich, 10 May 1973, lot 1457.
Lempertz, Berlin, Auktion 888, 18-19 May 2006, lot 596.
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Weltkunst, No. 9, 1 May 1973, p. 729, illustrated p. 734.
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