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Primitive, Renaissance, XVII-XVIII century valuable paintings
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Thomas J. Watson Library, Private gallery of valuable paintings belonging to Mr. Edward M. Knox. Primitive, Renaissance, XVII-XVIII century valuable paintings. by American Art Association. The following year (), the painting was in an "Exhibition of Eighteenth Century Portraits" at the Art Gallery of Toronto.
Thereafter, also in with the Great Depression ravaging the economy, the painting was sold at an auction of paintings from the Gallery of P. Jackson Higgs for $2, (about $46, in dollars).
Parke-Bernet Galleries: Important XVIII century American furniture, rare tall-case banjo & shelf clocks, early American silver and glass, old English porcelain, glass paperweights, primitive XVII-XVIII century valuable paintings book other American paintings, from the collection of Maurice Rubin, sold by his order, public auction sale, Saturday, Oct.
9  (New York, ), also by. Sicily, XVIII Century Bedside table Bardiglio marble, various wood species, alt.
cm 80 x wide cm 51 x prof. 33 cm Elegant bedside table with bardiglio marble top in tray frame with raised edge. The forehead and sides are wavy and is supported by four arched legs.
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- Diocesal Museum of the Archbishopric and Treasury of the Dom. Large museum with Christian art from the 10th – 20th century, paintings, sculptures, paraments and goldsmith work.
With exhibitions. (D, E, F). ADAM AND CHARLES BLACK SOHO SQUARELONDONMCMXIII. PREFACE. The Cathedral verger, conducting his flock of tourists round the building, while giving them plenty of really interesting and valuable information about it (for the verger of to-day is a different man from his predecessor, and is often very intelligent and well informed), remarks briefly, "The glass is of the thirteenth century.
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