23 - 24 June 2015
PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATE OF MRS. MARIA VAN ES (LOTS 24, 43, 63, 64, 77, 126, 254-267)
Jacob Maris (The Hague 1837-1899 Karlsbad)
A calm stream, Oosterbeek
signed and indistinctly dated 'J H Maris.' (lower right)
oil on paper laid down on panel
22 x 37.5 cm.
Painted circa 1860.
Ir. Rolf van Hasselt, The Hague.
Ms. M. van Hasselt, The Hague.
Anonymous sale; Van Marle & Bignell, The Hague, 11 December 1973, lot 213, where acquired by the late owner.
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Victorine Hefting, Schilders in Oosterbeek, 1840-1870, Arnhem, 1981, p. 119, as: Landschap in Oosterbeek (where dated 1860).
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