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Mildred Barnes Bliss and Robert Woods Bliss to Royall Tyler, September 28, 1930 [2]

Cablegrama
Buenos Aires
September 28, 1930Sunday.
Royall Tyler

Esplanadotel
Berlin.

Hope 97HC.P.1930.04.(O). See Max J. Friedländer, Die Sammlung Dr. Albert Figdor, Wien: Erster Teil, dritter Band: Gemälde (Vienna: Artaria & Co., 1930) no. 97, pl. 53. obtainable within our limit herewith raised to forty. Lament unable meet estimated figureSee telegram of September 25, 1930, for Royall Tyler’s estimates. 41.Figdor Collection sale, Paul Cassirer Gallery, Berlin, September 29–30, 1930. See Max J. Friedländer, Die Sammlung Dr. Albert Figdor, Wien (Berlin: Cassirer, 1930), no. 41, pl. 27. Dutch painter Hieronymus Bosch’s (ca. 1450–1516) painting, variously known as The Wayfarer, The Peddler, and The Prodigal Son, oil on panel, ca. 71.5 cm D, was acquired at the Figdor sale by the Amsterdam dealer Jacques Goudstikker (1897–1940), who sold the painting in 1931 to the Museum Boijmans van Beuninger, Rotterdam.

 
Associated Artworks: HC.P.1930.04.(O)