27 November 2007
RUSSIAN SCHOOL, CIRCA 1820
A young gentleman, a member of the Borozdin family, in fur-bordered brown and orange striped dressing gown, seated in a wooden chair, holding a book in his right hand
oval, 3 7/8 in. (98 mm.) high, gilt-metal mount within rectangular black lacquer frame applied with four circular foliate gilt-bronze spandrels
Alexandre Rozembergh, Paris, 1928.
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Brussels, Palais des Beaux-Arts, Exposition d'art russe ancien et moderne, 1928, no. 162 (lent by Alexandre Rozembergh, Paris).
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