7 October 2014
Johannes Bosboom (The Hague 1817-1891)
The Oude Kerk, Delft
signed and dated 'J Bosboom. MDCCCVIIIIL.' (lower left)
pencil, chalk and watercolour on paper
490 x 390 mm.
Executed in 1849.
Mr. R.H. du Mosch, Amsterdam; Frederik Muller, Amsterdam, 1 June 1932, lot 439 (Dfl. 925).
Mr. De Knokke van der Meulen, Voorburg.
Anonymous sale; Van Marle & Bignell, The Hague, 26 April 1950, lot 25 (Dfl. 4,200).
Anonymous sale; Galerie Paffrath, Düsseldorf, 17 October 1953, lot 88.
Anonymous sale; Van Marle & Bignell, The Hague, 30 November 1971, lot 23 (Dfl. 5,200).
with Kunsthandel Ivo Bouwman, The Hague, circa 1978, where acquired by the family of the present owners.
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