28 March 2012
The Bath House (B. 128; M. 266; S.M.S. 107)
woodcut, circa 1496/97, watermark Augsburg Shield with Initial A (M. 177), a good, clear Meder d impression of this rare print, only a little dry in places, trimmed to or just into the borderline in places, a repaired rustmark on the jug at right, otherwise in good condition, framed
S. 383 x 278 mm.
Sir John Rose (not in Lugt); Sotheby's, London, 1876 (according to a label on the reverse of the frame).
With Louise King, London, 1973.
Purchased from the above by the present owner.
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