10 December 2013
Jean Brusselmans (1884-1953)
The wife of the artist reading
signed and dated 'Jean/Brusselmans./1914.' (lower left)
oil on canvas laid down on cardboard
57 x 53 cm.
Painted in 1914
Jean Van Parys, Brussels.
Acquired from the above by the present owner in 1964.
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Robert L. Delevoy, Jean Brusselmans: Meesters van de hedendaagse schilderkunst in België: Vierde deel, Brussels 1972, no. 55, p. 297 (illustrated).
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