7 December 2010
The Virgin and Child with the Pear (B. 41; M., Holl. 33; S.M.S. 63)
engraving, 1511, without watermark, a fine Meder a/b impression, printing with great clarity and contrast, carefully wiped, with tone and touches of burr in the dark areas, with margins, some pale unobtrusive foxing, otherwise in very good condition
P. 157 x 107 mm., S. 166 x 114 mm.
Fürstlich Waldburg-Wolfegg'sches Kupferstichkabinett, Wolfegg, Germany (L. 2542).
Richard H. Zinser (circa 1883-1983), Forest Hills, New York (not in Lugt).
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