14 November 2012
Adriana Haanen (Oosterhout 1814-1895 Oosterbeek)
Roses, poppies, peonies, tulips and syringa with a caterpillar and a moth in a vase with classical reliefs, peaches and grapes on a copper ewer and grapes and a seashell on a partially draped marble ledge
signed and dated 'Adriana Haanen. 1851' (lower right)
oil on canvas
98.3 x 77.3 cm.
Anonymous sale; Mak van Waay, Amsterdam, 24 March 1953, lot 200.
Anonymous sale; Christie's, Amsterdam, 26 April 1995, lot 195 (Dfl. 97.750).
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