International Art

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LOT 365

Lot 365

Carlo Grubacs (1801-Circa 1878)

Carlo Grubacs (1801-Circa 1878)
Lot 365 Details
Carlo Grubacs (1801-Circa 1878), Italian

SANTA MARIA DELLA SALUTE; BACKWATER WITH GONDALIERS, VENICE

Two oils on canvas; each signed lower left, the first, titled to the accompanying gallery document
Each 8.25 x 11 in — 21 x 27.9 cm

Estimate $5,000-$8,000

Realised: $16,800
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

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Carlo Grubacs (1801-Circa 1878)
  • Carlo Grubacs (1801-Circa 1878)
  • Carlo Grubacs (1801-Circa 1878)
  • Carlo Grubacs (1801-Circa 1878)
  • Carlo Grubacs (1801-Circa 1878)
  • Carlo Grubacs (1801-Circa 1878)
Provenance:

Cooling Galleries, Toronto, accompanied by a typed artist biography as "C. Grubas";
Family Collection by descent to the present Private Collection, Tillsonburg, ON

CONDITION DETAILS

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