#306: STUDIO OF TIZIANO VECELLIO (CALLED TITIAN),
Oil on canvas, 44 1/2 x 68 3/4 in. Prov.: Sotheby's, October
21, 1988. Notated in The Sotheby's catalogue,"The present
work repeats the composition of a painting by Titian in the
Prado Museum, Madrid. Harold E. Wethey notes four lost copies
of this composition in the collection of Charles I of England
(see Harold E. Wethey, The Paintings of Titian, vol. I, p.
90, under cat. no. 36, lost copies). The present owner give
the following provenance for this picture: Charles I, Whitehall,
recorded in the Little Room by Bathoe and Vertue and later
in the Queen's bedchamber by Abraham Van Der Doort and George
Scharf, purchased on January 16, 1651/52 by Robert Houghton,
recorded by Vertue and Sir Oliver Millar. James II, Whitehall,
as recorded by Bathoe, p. 70, cat. no.794, thence by descent
to George I, Kensington Palace, engraved in messotint by LeBlon
in 1722, thency by descent to George III. Duke of Buccleuch,
boughton House by 1911 (Sale Christie's London, November 1,
1946, lot 147 as Tinotoretto) purchased by Ingg Mr. and Mrs.
J. O'Connor Lynch.
Estimate: $ 9000.00 - $ 12,000.00
#307: ATTRIBUTED TO BERNADINO LUINI, ST. CATHERINE
Oil on canvas, relined, 21 7/8 x 18 13/16 in. Conservation
done by the Courtauld Institute, London.
Estimate: $ 10,000.00 - $ 15,000.00 Sold at $7600
SCHOOL, PICNIC IN THE WOODS
Oil on panel, 13 3/4 x 17 1/2 in., signed and dated lower
left, "J. Teijaert Pere/1828."
Estimate: $ 600.00 - $ 800.00 Sold at $1800