13 March 2012
Jan Hendrik Weissenbruch (1824-1903)
Zomerlandschap; summer landscape with a fisherman
signed 'J.H. Weissenbruch. f' (lower left)
watercolour and gouache on paper
36 x 53.5 cm.
Kunsthandel Huinck & Scherjon, Amsterdam, 1962, no. 1851.
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Laren, Singer Museum, Jan en Johan Hendrik Weissenbruch: schilderijen - aquarellen - grafiek, 11 December 1960 - 29 January 1961, no. 89.
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