23 - 24 June 2015
Hans Juriaensz. van Baden (Steinbach 1604-1677)
A classical palace interior with Moses transforming Pharaoh's sceptre into a serpent
signed 'HGVan Baden' (lower right)
oil on panel, oval
39.5 x 53.1 cm.
Anonymous sale; Uppsala Auktionkammare, Uppsala, 11 June 2013, lot 610.
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It has been suggested that the staffage may have been painted by Jan Christiaensz. Micker (Amsterdam 1598/1600-1664).
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