6 July 2007
Studio of Lucas Cranach I (Kronach 1472-1553 Weimar)
oil on panel
16 3/8 x 10½ in. (41.6 x 26.7 cm.)
Comte Cavens; (+) sale, Galerie J. and A. Le Roy, Brussels, 5-6 October 1922, lot 35, as Lucas Cranach I (where presumably acquired by the following)
Fernand Stuyck; (+) sale, Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, 7-8 December 1960, lot 25, as Lucas Cranach II.
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