9 December 2008
TERESA VOIGT, NÉE FIORINI (ITALIAN, 1799-1880)
A young lady, in Renaissance-style dress with white shift, blue-lined red cloak over her shoulders, leaning on her right elbow, gold bracelet, her right hand holding a corner of her Spanish lace veil, dark upswept hair
signed and dated with address 'Teresa Voigt Roma 1853' (mid-right)
rectangular, 5 7/8 x 4¾ in. (150 x 122 mm.), gilt-metal mount
Lempertz, Cologne, 15 November 2002, lot 544.
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