6 July 2004
Charles-Louis Clérisseau (Paris 1721/2-1820 Auteuil)
An extensive mountainous landscape with a waterfall by a town, peasants fishing and gathering wood in the foreground
23½ x 18½ in. (595 x 472 mm.)
Anonymous sale; Graves Son and Pilcher, Hove, 14-5 April 1988, lot 467.
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Professor Thomas McCormick confirmed the attribution to Clérisseau in a letter following the 1988 sale.
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