10 December 2014
This lot is offered without a reserve
Attributed to Willem Maris (The Hague 1844-1910)
A woman playing the harp (recto); A rocky wooded landscape (verso)
charcoal and stumping
12¾ x 9½ in. (32 x 24 cm.)
A.P. van 't Hooft.
E. de Leeuw.
with Int Constigh Werck, Rotterdam, 1942.
[Anonymous sale?]; Mak van Waay, Amsterdam, 26 November 1963, lot 170; where purchased by I.Q. van Regteren Altena.
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