4 July 2006
Nicholas-Bernard-Michel Lépicié (Paris 1735-1784)
A crowded vegetable market
black chalk, pen and grey ink, blue, brown, red and grey wash, countermark 'CR' (?)
5½ x 11¼ in. (140 x 286 mm.)
The Late Victor Koch, Esq., and Mrs. Flora Koch; Christie's, London, 18 April 1967, lot 93.
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