15 - 16 November 2016
Jan Hendrik Weissenbruch (The Hague 1824-1903)
Boerderij Hanenburg in de Westduinen te 's-Gravenhage: the Hanenburg farm, The Hague
signed 'J.H Weissenbruch' (lower right)
chalk, watercolour and gouache on paper
192 x 364 mm.
with Kunsthandel Pieter A. Scheen, The Hague.
with Kunsthandel Borzo, 's-Hertogenbosch, by 1978, as: Boerderij Hanenburg in de Westduinen te 's-Gravenhage, where acquired by the family of the present owners.
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Willem Laanstra, Johan Hendrik Weissenbruch: 1824-1903, Amsterdam, 1992, p.143, no. OA/18-4, as: Boerderij Hanenburg in de Westduinen bij Den Haag.
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