31 May - 1 June 2007
August Löhr (German 1843-1919)
The Palace of Chapultepec, Mexico City
signed and dated 'August Lohr San Francisco 1899' (lower right)
oil on canvas
44¼ x 68½ in. (112.5 x 174 cm.)
Painted in 1899.
Sotheby's, Munich, Deutsche und Österreichische Malerei & Zeichnungen, 30 June 1998, lot 54 (illustrated in color).
Private collection, New York.
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