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    Lot 204 – Jean Jacques Aliamet (Abbeville 1726 – Paris 1788), Seascape with Fishermen, France second half 18th century

    June 20, 2022

Lot 204 – Jean Jacques Aliamet (Abbeville 1726 – Paris 1788), Seascape with Fishermen, France second half 18th century

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Lot 204 – Jean Jacques Aliamet (Abbeville 1726 – Paris 1788), Seascape with Fishermen, France second half 18th century

Current Auction: N. 17 
AMERICAN DESIGN & EUROPEAN GRAPHICS
( Rome, July 06-07, 2022 - 5:00 P.M. CEST )

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Made on watermarked laid paper, it bears at the bottom the coat-of-arms of the Monegasque Grimaldi family, the motto ‘Deo Juvante’ and the dedication to the recipient of the piece: ‘2.me Vue de Marseille – Dedi? a Monsieur l’abb? Chambrefontaine et Vicarie de Grimaldi abb? de G?n?ral de L’archevech? de Rouen’. At the bottom the inscription ‘J. Vernet Pinxit. – Aliamet Direxit – a Paris chez l’Auteur Rue de Mathurins – Par son tr?s humble Serviteur Aliamet’, flaws present, unframed. Copper engraving, dimensions 18.5×22.6 in.

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