30 - 31 October 2012
JAN CREMER (B. 1940)
SIGNED AND DATED 'CREMER 59' (LOWER LEFT); SIGNED AND DATED 'CREMER 59' (LOWER RIGHT); SIGNED TWICE, NUMBERED AND DATED 'CREMER JUNI 59 52' (ON THE STRETCHER)
OIL AND PLASTER ON BURLAP
83.5 X 125 CM.
EXECUTED IN 1959
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W.A.L. BEEREN, CREMER, I PAINT, I WRITE, I PAINT, AMSTERDAM 2000 (ILLUSTRATED, P. 142).
COPENHAGEN, GALERIE HYBLER, NOVEMBER 1959.
STOCKHOLM, STURE GALLERIET, APRIL 1960.
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