14 November 2012
Tibout Regters (Dordrecht 1710-1768 Amsterdam)
A woman counting money in a niche, an archive in the background
oil on copper
35 x 28.7 cm.
sixteen engravings of biblical and classical mythological women (verso)
Anonymous sale; Galerie Koller, Zürich, 10 March 1983, lot 1077, as signed and dated 1753 (centre right).
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Please note that the painting is signed and dated 'T. Regters p: 1753' (lower right).
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