2 June 2015
A DUTCH DELFT BIBLICAL LARGE SHAPED OVAL PLAQUE
DATED 1756 TO THE REVERSE
Painted in blue with Christ healing a blind man, identified in Dutch as EUAN: JOA 9 VER.1 (John 9:1), accompanied by four disciples, within elaborate polychrome foliate scrollwork borders incorporating vases of flowers and putti
22 ½ in. (57.1 cm.) high, 17 ½ in. (44.4 cm.) wide
With Aaronson Antiquairs, Amsterdam.
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Aronson Antiquaires, Dutch Delftware, Amsterdam, 2007, cat. no. 36.
pAn Amsterdam, De Nationale Kunst- en Antiekbeurs Handbook, Amsterdam, 19-26 November 2006, Aronson Antiquairs, p. 59.
PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION FORMED BY BENJAMIN F. EDWARDS III (LOTS 42-55)
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