8 March 2011
Gerard Pieter Adolfs (1897-1968)
Market vendor from Madura
signed, dated and numbered 'ADOLFS '55 No 19' (lower left)
gouache on paper
65 x 51 cm.
The family of the artist.
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E. Borntraeger-Stoll & G. Orsini, Gerard Pieter Adolfs, 1898-1968, 2008, (ill. on p. 362).
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