10 November 1999
Cornelis Saftleven (1607-1681)
Study of a wolf, seen from behind
with monogram 'C S'
black chalk, grey wash, fragmentary watermark foolscap, black chalk framing lines
165 x 150 mm.; and a study of dogs by another hand (2)
with P. & D. Colnaghi & Co.
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Dr. Hans-Ulrich Beck has kindly pointed out that this is included as no. 367 on p. 149 in W. Schulz, Cornelis Saftleven 1607-1681, Leben und Werke, Berlin New York, 1978.
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