5 June 2012
Gustave De Smet (1877-1943)
A view of Blaricum
signed 'Gustave De Smet' (lower left)
oil on cardboard laid down on plywood
31 x 38.5 cm.
Painted in 1917.
(possibly) R.S. Esser, Amsterdam.
Anonymous sale, Mak van Waay, Amsterdam, 23 January 1963, lot 298 (titled 'Gezicht op Blaricum').
Kunsthandel M.L. de Boer, Amsterdam.
Kunsthandel Studio 2000, Amsterdam.
Acquired from the above by the present owner, 1993.
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Piet Boyens, Gust. De Smet, Antwerp, 1989, no. 389, p. 341 (illustrated, titled 'Gezicht op Blaricum').
Warmenhuizen, Oude Ursulakerk, Gustave De Smet, 1877-1943, 1 July - 19 August 1978, no. 16.
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