15 - 16 November 2016
Kasparus Karsen (Amsterdam 1810-1896 Wiesbaden)
A view of the Kerksteeg with the Oude Kerk, Katwijk
signed and dated 'K Karsen / 1872' (lower right)
oil on canvas
42 x 58.5 cm.
Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, Amsterdam, 20 April 1993, lot 143, where acquired by the present owner.
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Katwijk, Katwijks Museum, De Oude Kerk Geschilderd, 15 June-25 September 2010, as: Oude Kerk en Kerksteeg, Katwijk.
Please note there is additional literature for this lot:Jan van Brakel, Tiny de Liefde-van Brakel, a.o., Katwijk in de schilderkunst, Katwijk, 2011, p. 37.Else Speelman a.o., De Oude Kerk geschilderd, Katwijk, 2010, p. 23.
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