9 March 2010
Herbert Fiedler (1891-1962)
signed, dated and inscribed 'Fiedler/Paris/31/La Patronne/aan Jan en Eva Peeters 7.n 48/H. Fiedler' (lower right)
ink, chalk and gouache on paper
58 x 41 cm.
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Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum, H. Fiedler, 21 September-22 October 1962, cat.no. 44.
Laren, Singer Museum, Herbert Fiedler 1891-1962, Berlijn, Paris, Amsterdam, 15 May-29 July 2001, cat.no. 93.
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