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Ruins of the Suburbs of Dresden, after the Bombardment of 1760

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Inscription

Verso lower left in graphite pencil: A 1964-661 / Fritzsche 33 / Schloßbergung / 2152 / N26696

Signed

Signed and dated in the plate

Marks

Verso center stamped in brown ink -- mark of the Dresden Kupferstichkabinett (Lugt 693b)

Provenance

The collections of Schloss Nöthnitz, Saxony; nationalized by the East German government (Schloßbergung 2152); incorporated into the Dresden Kupferstichkabinett (Lugt 693b, inv. no. A1964-661); returned to heirs, 2001; sold at auction, Günther, Dresden, Germany, 26 March 2002 (6,000 Euros); there purchased by Jörg Maaß; with James Bergquist, Newton, MA; from whom purchased by MFA, 18 December 2002.

Credit Line

Museum purchase with funds donated by Ruth V. S. Lauer in memory of Julia Wheaton Saines

1766

Catalogue Raisonné

De Vesme 33 Fritzsche 33 Kozakiewicz II.242.302

Dimensions

Sheet: 68.6 x 73.7 cm (27 x 29 in.) Other (Mat): 76.8 x 101.6 cm (30 1/4 x 40 in.)

Accession Number

2002.903

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