6 May 2009
Johan Conrad Greive (Amsterdam 1837-1891)
Oosterpark, Amsterdam: shipping in Amsterdam harbour
signed 'J.C. Greive. Jr' (lower right)
oil on panel
35 x 25.5 cm.
Amsterdam, Mak van Waay, June 1955, cat.no. 215.
B. de Geus van den Heuvel sale, Sotheby's Mak van Waay, Amsterdam, 27 April 1976, lot 119, as: A view in Amsterdam Harbour.
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Amsterdam, Museum De Waag, Hier uw haven, 1957.
Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum, 1957/58, cat.no. 51.
Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum, Van Romantiek tot Amsterdamse School, 1958, cat.no. C.39, as: 'Oosterdok Amsterdam'.
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