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Provenance: Galerie Arnoldi-Livie, Munich; Sven. H. A. Bruntjen Fine Arts, Woodside(catalogue: Twelve Drawings, 1981, no. 11, p. 7); Goldyne Collection, San Francisco;
Notes from the donor (see file) and pages from Bruntjen catalogue (in file) refer to a series of watercolors executed for a peepshow (Guckkasten) commissioned by Crown Prince Ferdinand (later Kaiser Ferdinand I), on which Jakob Alt and his son Rudolf (1912-1905) collaborated. However, all works were signed by the father as the head of the project.
Gift of Joseph and Deborah Goldyne in memory of Mrs. Celia Gordon
Recent Acquisitions, CPLH, 14 Jun - 14 Sep, 1997
courtyard of a palazzo with several figures and a carriage with horses seen through the columns