24 October 2006
Ludwig Neustatter (German, 1829-1899)
The notary's visit
signed, inscribed and dated 'L Neustatter/Tützing 1879' (lower right)
oil on canvas
74 x 96 cm.
Anonymous Sale, Paul Brandt, Amsterdam, 23-26 April 1960, lot 530 (as one of a pair), as: The inventory.
Wassenaar, De Antiek Gallerij Leslie Smith, 19 September 1973, as: Settling the estate, where acquired by the present owner.
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The pendant of the present lot was sold at: Anonymous Sale, Sotheby's Mak van Waay, Amsterdam, 29 October 1984, lot 100, as: De afhandeling van de erfenis.
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