7 June 2016
Wim Oepts (1904-1988)
signed and dated 'Oepts 29' (lower right)
pencil on paper
52 x 63.5 cm.
(2)Executed in 1929
and Another work on paper by the same hand depicting an orchestra.
The estate of the artist.
Acquired from the above by the present owners.
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M-L. Van Aubel, M. Jooren & C. Roodenburg-Schadd, Wim Oepts, Zwolle, 2011, no. TK.010, p. 244 (illustrated).
Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum, 2de tentoonstelling A.S.B. 2 - 25 November 1929, no. 91.
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