London, South Kensington
23 April 2009
Circle of Pietro Testa (Lucca 1612-1650 Rome)
Bacchus and Ariadne, en grisaille
oil on panel
15¾ x 13 in. (40 x 33 cm.)
with Folio Fine Art, Ltd., London.
with Spink and Sons, London; Christie's, London, 16 December 1966, lot 399, as 'Coypel' (sold £31).
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