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Flemish School, 17th Century

Portrait of a portly, bearded soldier

Estimate:

800

to
- 1,200 GBP

Flemish School, 17th Century

Flemish School, 17th Century

Portrait of a portly, bearded soldier

Portrait of a portly, bearded soldier

Estimate:

800

to
- 1,200 GBP

Lot sold:

882

GBP

Flemish School, 17th Century

Portrait of a portly, bearded soldier 


Red, black, white and yellow chalk, on discoloured blue paper

unframed: 193 by 164 mm

framed: 585 by 434 mm

Laid down. Losses at the lower left corner and other tears at the right margin and lower margin. Small holes along the lower section of the sheet. Chalk still strong Sold framed.


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With Alister Mathews, 1957,
where acquired by Michael Ingram (bears his collector's mark, not in Lugt),
by whose executors sold, London, Sotheby's, The Ingram Collection:  Drawings and Watercolours from the Collection of the Late Michael Ingram, 8 December 2005, lot 87