Gerard ter Borch (I)

Lot and his daughters, 1632 gedateerd
Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), Philadelphia Museum [..]
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double sided art work (front)

on the back: anonymous painting after Jan van Goyen; Gudlaugsson 1959-1960, vol. 2 (1960), no. D 38, as anonymous, after Van Goyen
copper, etching
rectangle (landscape format) 140 x 200 mm
c. 140 x 200
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Gerard ter Borch (I)
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dated 1632 (1632)
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  • based on

    drawing dated 1622 (Mc Neil Kettering 1988, vol. 1, p. 64, no. GSr 86, ill.)

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Entered on: 2016-05-13; Last modification: 2016-05-13


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