9 December 2008
ROBERT THEER (AUSTRIAN, 1808-1863)
A girl, in white dress and pantaloons with blue bows at puff shoulders and blue sash, gold necklace and drop-pearl earring, her brown hair dressed in ringlets, holding a bouquet of pink roses; woodland landscape and sky background
signed and dated 'Robert Theer Wien 1840' (lower right)
rectangular, 4 5/16 x 3 5/16 in. (110 x 85 mm.), gilt-metal mount within burgundy velvet panel with gilt-metal foliate spandrels
With Antiquitäten im Glasergewölbe (Miss Katharina Baumgartner), Salzburg.
A European Private Collection; Christie's, London, 7 December 2004, lot 376.
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