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Johannes Bosboom (The Hague 1817-1891)
Johannes Bosboom (The Hague 1817-1891)

The interior of the Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam with 'Burgerweesmeisjes' near the Transept organ

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Johannes Bosboom (The Hague 1817-1891)
The interior of the Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam with 'Burgerweesmeisjes' near the Transept organ
signed 'J Bosboom' (lower right)
oil on panel
56.9 x 44.4 cm.
Provenance
with Douwes, Amsterdam, by 1983.
with Jacques van Rijn, Maastricht, from whom acquired by the present owner circa 1990.

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The orphans of the Burgerweeshuis, located between the Kalverstraat and the Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal since 1580, had their own gallery in the Nieuwe Kerk, located to the right of the transept organ. This small 16th Century organ escaped the destroying fire in January 1645, as at the time it was being restored in the workshop of organ-builder Germer van Hagerbeer.

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