3 December 2013
Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528)
Saint Sebastian bound to the Tree (B. 55; M. Holl. 62; S.M.S. 30)
engraving, circa 1501, without watermark, a very good, clear and sharp Meder a-b impression, trimmed on or just outside the platemark, in very good condition
P. , S. 116 x 71 mm.
Tomás Harris (1908-1964), London (not in Lugt); then by descent.
With Colnaghi’s, London, on behalf of the heirs of the above.
The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts; purchased from the above in 1968; de-accessioned in August 2013.
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