31 March - 1 April 2009
Dutch School, 18th Century
Herring, onions, an earthenware jug and a porcelain dish on a stone ledge
inscribed with an old number '6695' on the reverse of the frame.
65.5 x 53 cm.
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H.P. Bremmer red., Beeldende Kunst, no. 19, Amsterdam, 1932-3, no. 87, as Anonymous Dutch School.
N.R.A. Vroom, De schilders van het Monochrome Banketje, Amsterdam, 1945, p. 171, no. 2, fig. 151 as P. van Anraedt.
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