9 July 2008
Felice Boselli (Piacenza 1650-1732 Parma)
Asparagus, cherries, peaches and flowers on a wooden ledge
oil in canvas, octagonal
41¾ x 36 1/8 in. (106 x 91.9 cm.)
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F. Arisi, Natura Morta tra Milano e Parma in Età Barocca, Piacenza, 1995, pp. 153 and 196, fig. 249.
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