6 May 2009
Frederik Marinus Kruseman (Haarlem 1816-1882 Sint-Gillis)
Figures on a sunlit path near a mansion
signed and dated 'F Kruseman./1856' (lower left)
oil on panel
55 x 73 cm.
Anonymous sale, Sotheby's, London, 11 April 1995, lot 30.
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Marjan van Heteren and Jan de Meere, Frederik Marinus Kruseman 1816-1882, Painter of Pleasing Landscapes, A Biography with a Catalogue Raissonné, Schiedam 1998, p. 182, cat.no. 115, as: Summer landscape with figures and cattle at sunset.
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