5 June 2012
Kees Maks (1876-1967)
Na het bad; after bathing
signed 'C.J. Maks.' (lower left); and signed again and inscibed with title (on three different labels attached to the stretcher)
oil on canvas
123 x 108 cm.
Painted circa 1924.
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M. Jager, e.o., Kees Maks: Schilder van het mondaine leven 1876-1967, Zwolle, 2001, no. 29, p. 118 (illustrated p. 80).
Rotterdam, Kunsthal, Kees Maks: Schilder van het mondaine leven, 18 January - 21 April 2002, no. 29.
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