10 May 2006,
Price realised EUR 2,400
EUR 2,000 - EUR 3,000
Aert Schouman (Dordrecht 1710-1792 The Hague)
Portrait of a nobleman, half-length, in a blue embroidered vest, lace collar and cuffs and a dark blue coat, holding a drawing of a bird in his right hand
signed and dated 'A. Schouman, 1774' (centre left)
oil on canvas, oval
60.6 x 51.6 cm.
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