26 June 2007
Fredrick Goodall (British, 1822-1904)
Waiting for the Dahabeyah on the banks of the Nile
signed with monogram and dated '1893' (lower right); and inscribed 'Waiting for the Dahabeyah/on the banks of the Nile/F. Goodall' (on the stretcher)
oil on canvas
38 x 59 in. (96.5 x 150 cm.)
Painted in 1893.
Sale, Christie's, London, 17 November 1944, lot 124.
Sale, Bukowskis, Stockholm, 30 May 1995, lot 203.
Sale, Christie's Amsterdam, 29 April 1998, lot 288.
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