7 - 8 October 2015
PROPERTY SOLD TO BENEFIT THE ART ACQUISITION FUND OF THE SEATTLE ART MUSEUM
This lot is offered without a reserve
Circle of Nicolas de Largillière (French, 1656-1746)
Portrait of a gentleman, bust-length
oil on canvas
25½ x 21¼ in. (54.8 x 54 cm.)
Private collection, France.
Syd Hoare, Vancouver, from whom purchased in 1958 by the Seattle Art Museum (Norman and Amelia Davis funds).
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Art Quarterly, XXI, 4, Winter 1958, p. 434.
Seattle Art Museum Guild, Engagement Book, 1965.
Denver, Denver Art Museum, Images of History, 1961.
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