Attr. to Leonardo Coccorante (Italian, 1680-1750) Ruins

Attr. to Leonardo Coccorante (Italian, 1680-1750) RuinsAttr. to Leonardo Coccorante (Italian, 1680-1750) Ruins

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Lot #: 737
Attr. to Leonardo Coccorante (Italian, 1680-1750) Ruins
737. Attr. to Leonardo Coccorante (Italian, 1680-1750) Ruins, Unsgn. O/C. A capriccio of an Italianate landscape with figures amongst temple ruins, with a sea beside. Some scattered inpaint in sky. Giltwood frame. Sibley Watson Family, Rochester, NY. 23" x 35 1/2" Est. $15,000-$25,000 Provenance:Emily Sibley Watson was the founder of The Memorial Art Gallery in Rochester, NY. She was the daughter and daughter-in-law of Western Union co-founders Hiram Sibley & Don Alonzo Watson. Emily was fortunate enough to sail the world with her husband, James Sibley Watson, and amass an extensive collection of art. Emily established the Memorial Art Gallery after the passing of her first son, James G. Averill. Several remaining pieces were passed on to her second son, James Sibley Watson, Jr. and his wife. They continued to add to their collection of art, some of which is represented here.
Auction Date
Mar 26, 2011

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