22 June 1999
Bernardo Bellotto (1720-1780)
Perspective de la galrie et du Jardin de son exellence Mgr.
etching, 1747, De Vesme's first state (of four), Kozakiewicz's first state (of three), before the arms were etched on the plate, a very fine impression, watermark Pine Cone, with margins, the usual central vertical fold, a small made-up area at the lower right sheet corner, a short repaired tear at the right sheet edge just extending into subject, one or two inconspicuous rustmarks, generally in very good condition
P. 548 x 846mm., S. 581 x 875mm.
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