19 April 2007
Attributed to Jean-Joseph-Xavier Bidauld Carpentras 1758-1846 Montmorency
A capriccio with figures by a waterfall, a dam beyond
oil on canvas
7½ x 5¼ in. 19.1 x 13.3 cm.
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