Old Master and British Works on Paper, including Portrait Miniatures from the Pohl-Ströher Collection

Old Master and British Works on Paper, including Portrait Miniatures from the Pohl-Ströher Collection

View full screen - View 1 of Lot 165. A pair of portraits of Friedrich Augustus von Linstow and his wife Antonie Conradine Sophie Juliane Dorothea, née Wernich (1791-1863) with their child.

Property from the collection of the late Dr Erika Pohl-Ströher (1919-2016)

Frederick Christian Camradt

A pair of portraits of Friedrich Augustus von Linstow and his wife Antonie Conradine Sophie Juliane Dorothea, née Wernich (1791-1863) with their child

Lot Closed

December 4, 04:45 PM GMT

Estimate

1,200 - 1,800 GBP

Lot Details

Description

Property from the collection of the late Dr Erika Pohl-Ströher (1919-2016)

Frederick Christian Camradt

Copenhagen 1762 - 1844 Hillerod

A pair of portraits of Friedrich Augustus von Linstow and his wife Antonie Conradine Sophie Juliane Dorothea, née Wernich (1791-1863) with their child


Each watercolour and bodycolour on ivory, gilt-metal mounts, lacquer frames; the backing cards inscribed with details of the sitters

Each 92 by 75 mm.

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Sale, London, Bonham's, 24 November 2010, lot 169;
where acquired by Dr Erika Pohl-Ströher (1919-2016)