2 December 2008
Jannes de Vries (DUTCH, 1901-1986)
signed and dated 'Jannesdevries '50' (lower right), and signed again (lower left)
oil on canvas
60 x 81 cm.
Painted in 1956.
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Francis van Dijk, Jannes de Vries, Groningen 2004, p. 109 (ill.)
Groningen, Pictures, Gedonder van Geel, 2004.
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