New York, East
19 October 2000
GIOVANNI CRIVELLI, IL CRIVELLINO (Milan d. 1760)
A turkey, a cockerel and hens eating grapes by a bas relief
oil on canvas
46½ x 58½ in. (118.1 x 148.5 cm.)
Anon. Sale, Sotheby's, New York, 11 April 1991, lot 157, as Angelo Maria Crivelli, called il Crivellone, sold as one of a pair with the previous lot ($63,250).
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