Willy Sluiter (1873-1949)
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Willy Sluiter (1873-1949)

Souvenirs from Port Said

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Willy Sluiter (1873-1949)
Souvenirs from Port Said
signed, dated and inscribed 'Port Said/Willy Sluiter/1923' (lower left)
chalk, watercolour and gouache on paper
63 x 47 cm.
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Lot Essay

In the Spring of 1923 Willy Sluiter and his wife made a journey to the Dutch Indies with the Stoomvaart Maatschappij Nederland via the Suez Canal and the North Eastern Egyptian city Port Said, where he made the present lot.

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