January 2015, I made a lengthy post about a fine and cheap Aert Mytens painting for sale then at Bonham's for an estimated 2,000 to 2,700 Euro. I followed this two weeks later with another long and highly speculative post more firmly linking the painting to Mytens, and connecting it with a work by Caravaggio.
The work was then sold for £1,750, below estimate and way below my estimate.
I now by chance came across a listing at Priory Fine Art who sold the painting for £1,900 in April 2015. So, depending on the costs of selling through Ebay, they made a small profit (well, max. 10%, which isn't too bad of course) or a small loss; but again no spectacular price.
But it is clear that it is an interesting but hard to pinpoint work; which has been on the market too often recently to suddenly become really valuable.