9 December 2008
PIETRO DE ROSSI (RUSSIAN, 1761-1831)
A young lady, in red velvet dress with falling lace collar, double-strand of pearls about her neck, brown upswept hair dressed in ringlets
signed and dated 'P. de Rossi f: 1817' (lower left)
oval, 2 7/8 in. (73 mm.) high, ormolu frame, stamped with acanthus frieze
Kunsthaus am Museum (Carola van Ham), Cologne, 22 March 1975, lot 2726.
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