3 December 2013
The Dream of the Doctor (B. 76; M. Holl. 70; S.M.S. 18)
engraving, circa 1498, without watermark, a very fine, rich and dark Meder a impression, printing with great contrast and with burr in the deep shadows, trimmed to or just outside the borderline, paperlosses and holes at upper left and lower right corners, the right sheet edge and the woman’s upper body and hair, and other, smaller defects
S. 188 x 119 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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