Lot 167 | Two tritons and a SwanBrush drawing in grey on paper. 25.2 x 21.2 cm. Raised. Min.under min damage.damaged After François Boucher. : Copper engraving of Johann Georg Hertel, "Two tritons and a Swan". Sheet 36 of the "miscellaneous Fontaines," after François Boucher. 24.5 x 14.9 cm. Stained. Provenance: estate of Prof. Dr. Hermann Bauer and Anna Bauer. Hermann Bauer (1929-2000) was from 1974-1994 Professor of art history at the LMU Munich.
Raised. Min. dam
Estate of Prof. Dr. Hermann Bauer and Anna Bauer. Hermann Bauer (1929-2000) was from 1974-1994 Professor of art history at the LMU Munich.
Dimensions: 25.2 x 21.2 cm.
|Auction house category:||Graphics 15th-18th centuries|
|Address of auction||
Barer Str. 37
|Preview||14.03.2019 - 18.03.2019|
|Conditions of purchase||Conditions of purchase|
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