9 March 2010
Cornelis Springer (1817-1891)
View of a town square with villagers
signed with initials and dated 'CS 45' (lower right); and signed and dated 'C.Springer fec/oct.1845.' (on the reverse)
pencil and watercolour on paper
32.1 x 41 cm.
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Please compare to a similar composition in: Willem Laanstra, H.C. de Bruijn, J.H.A. Ringeling, Cornelis Springer (1817-1891), Utrecht 1984, p. 58, cat.no. 45-6, as: Fantasiestadsgezicht met veel neringdoenden.
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