23 - 24 June 2015
Cornelis Springer (Amsterdam 1817-1891 Hilversum)
A view of the Marktstraat with the Grote Kerk and the City Hall, Naarden
signed 'C Springer' (lower right) and dated and inscribed 'Naarden 5 nov 61.' (lower left)
charcoal and gouache on paper
403 x 481 mm.
Executed in 1861.
Anonymous sale; Mak van Waay, Amsterdam, 1 May 1973, lot 698.
Anonymous sale; Frederik Muller, Amsterdam, 14 October 1952, lot 660-A.
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Willem Laanstra, Cornelis Springer. Geschilderde Steden, Amsterdam, 1994, p. 123, no. T61-3, as: De marktstraat te Naarden met links het stadhuis.
The purchaser of the present lot is kindly requested to give the work on loan to the exhibition in the Zuiderzeemuseum, Enkhuizen, Door het oog van Springer, 12 December 2015-27 March 2016.
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