15 December 2000
Paul Huet (1803-1869)
The Château at Follembray
inscribed 'Follembray près Coucy' (verso)
175 x 260 mm.; and another view of Follembray by the same hand (2)
(1 and 2) The artist's studio stamp (L. 1268).
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The same subject is mentioned as 'Vallée de Coucy, vue prise de Follembray', in P. Burty, op. cit., p. 120, no. 120, and in the Catalogue de la vente qui aura lieu par suite du décès de Paul Huet, Paris, Drouot, April 1878, lots 152 and 153.
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