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Jacob van Loo (c. 1614-1670)


Portrait of a boy, in pink silk dress, playing with two puppies, canvas, in 18th century gilt frame, Provenance: William Drury Lowe Collection, Locko Park, Derbyshire, catalogue 1901 no. 123, as Gerard de Lairesse, Sotheby's London, paintings from the Drury Lowe collection at Locko Park, 6 Dec. 1995, lot 38, 153 x 115.5 cm. Provenance: collection from a mansion in Amsterdam Zuid [1].
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Jacob van Loo (c. 1614-1670)

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