14 November 2012
Circle of Cornelis de Heem (Leiden 1631-1695 Antwerp)
A lemon, white grapes, a peach and cherries on a pewter plate, a fig and hazelnuts, all on a partially draped stone ledge
oil on panel
21 x 35.3 cm.
with Douwes, Amsterdam; where acquired by the family of the present owner as Alexander Coosemans.
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