File:Lucas Franchoys (II) - Half-length study of a bearded man holding a staff.tiff

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English: Lucas Franchoys (II), Half-length study of a beared man holding a staff, Oiled black chalk, heightened with white, on blue paper 268 by 200 mm, sold by Sotheby's on 5 July 2013
Date 17th century
Source http://www.sothebys.com/en/auctions/ecatalogue/2013/galleria-portatile-ralph-holland-l13041/lot.348.html
Author Lucas Franchoys (II)
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