Marble bust of a Roman Emperor with armour and Toga. Sculpted with face and lionhead in red, white , grey and brown marble with fossil incrustations. The finely and deeply sculpted white marble head looking straight on black marble base. Rome 18/19th Century.
Sir Anthonis van Dyck (1599-1641)-studio, Life-size portrait of King Charles I in landscape, with servants and horse, oil on canvas, framed; probably a large version of the King’s portait for representation use which is currently smaller in size and was originally on another larger stretcher, a part of the painted canvas is folded around the stretcher and visible on the reverse; damages. Provenance; Castle Gösting before 1970 (information by the consignor).
Pietra Dura Marble console, rectangular top with rounded corners, stepped and rounded borders with multi coloured marble Intarsia line on white marble, with two stand feeds sculpted with scrolls and volutes and multi coloured marble intarsias, Rome around 1700.
Friedrich Wilhelm Heinrich Theodor Hosemann (1807-1875)-attributed, Prussian officer at the tailor’s workshop; oil on canvas, monogrammed and dated 1872 bottom right; included a photo copy of a book page with illustrations of the painting and description.