26 October 2016
Property from the Collection of Everett Fahy
This lot is offered without a reserve
Jacques Blanchard (Paris 1600-1638)
Ceres (An allegory of Autumn)
oil on canvas
18 5/8 x 24 ¾ in. (47.4 x 62.8 cm.)
Mr. Terby, Rome, from whom acquired by
Thomas J. Bryan, New York, by whom given in 1867 to the New York Historical Society (1867.72) as ‘Autumn’; Sotheby’s, New York, 2 December 1971, lot 38 as ‘French School, 18th Century, An Allegory of Ceres’.
with Central Picture Galleries, New York, where acquired by
Gabrielle Kopelman, from whom acquired by Everett Fahy.
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