26 January 2012
Hendrick Cornelisz. van Vliet (Delft 1611/12-1675)
A view of the interior of St. Bavo's, Haarlem, from southeast to northeast
oil on panel
14 5/8 x 11 5/8 in. (37.2 x 29.5 cm.)
with Central Picture Gallery, New York, where acquired by Leo Steinberg.
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W.A. Liedtke, Architectural Paintings in Delft, Groningen,
1982, p. 110, no. C141.
Please note that this lot is not subject to a reserve.
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