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Provenance

Possibly Jules-Robert Auguste [1789-1850], Paris (possibly his sale, Paris, Hôtel Drouot, 28-31 May 1850, nos. 100-103, lots are undescribed); Baron Louis Auguste de Schwiter [1805-1889] (Lugt 1768); (his sale, Paris, Hôtel Drouot 20-21 April 1883, no. 169); E. Arago; (sale, Paris, Hôtel Drouot, 22 December 1924, no. 92); Mrs. Hugh Millington; (sale, London, Christie's, 18 April 1967, no. 41); Faeber & Mason [1]; Arthur Liebman [d. 1991], Lake Forest, IL; bequest 1992, to NGA.

Exhibition History

Bibliography

1996
Rosenberg, Pierre and Louis-Antoine Prat. Antoine Watteau 1684-1721. Catalogue raisonné des dessins. Milan: Leonardo Editore, 1996.

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