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BALTHASAR NEBOT

British, fl. 1730-1765

A Fishmonger's Stall by an Estuary

oil on canvas
signed and dated B. Nebot 1759 lower left
24 1/2 x 33 1/2 in.

  • Provenance: Lady Grace Baring; Mrs. Alice Pleydell-Bouverie; Christie's, London, October 25, 1957, Lot 40; Larsen; M. Knoedler & Co. Inc, New York; Sotheby's New York, Sale 6970, A Celebration of the English Country House, April 11, 1997, Lot 4 (accompanied by a copy of the catalogue) ; The Collection of a New York Gentleman; by descent within the family.
  • Notes: Balthasar Nebot was of Spanish origin and was active in London from 1730 through 1765. Apart from his marriage in London circa 1729, very little is known of Nebot's life. Initially, Nebot specialized in topographical scenes of London, though he also had a particular interest in depicting market scenes and individual fish, fruit, and vegetable stalls.
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