13 - 14 May 2014
Gerrit van Vucht (1610-1697 Schiedam)
A ham on a pewter plate, a peeled lemon, various jugs and glasses, all on a partially draped table
oil on panel
39 x 32.3 cm.
with A.S. Drey, Munich, as G. Heda.
G.H.G. Braams, Arnhem; His sale, Frederik Muller, Amsterdam, 24 September 1918, lot 178, as Pieter Potter.
Wilhelm Kalle, Rhineland.
Anonymous sale; F. Dorling, Hamburg, 10-13 June 1981, lot 5100.
Anonymous sale; Fischer, Luzern, 2-3 June 1987, lot 926.
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