13 March 2012
Martin Monnickendam (1874-1943)
A view of the Westertoren seen from the Keizersgracht, Amsterdam
signed and dated 'Martin/Monnickendam/1930' (lower left)
black chalk on paper
103 x 79 cm.
Executed in 1930.
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R.J.C. van Helden, Catalogus Martin Monnickendam 1874-1943: Deel II, Zwolle, 2009, no. 15, p. 700 (illustrated, titled 'Westertoren').
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