7 October 2014
Suze Robertson (The Hague 1853-1922)
The wood breaker
signed 'Suze Robertson' (lower left)
oil on canvas
80 x 61.5 cm.
Mr. M.J. Tiele, The Hague; Van Marle & Bignell, The Hague, 28 October 1925, lot 27 (Dfl. 800), as: Houtbreken.
Mr. J.J. Tiele, Rotterdam, by 1955.
with Kunsthandel G. J. Scherpel, Bussum, where acquired by the family of the present owners.
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Paris, Grand Palais des Champs-Élysées, Salon d'Automne, 5 November-19 December 1926, no. 2802, as: Vieille femme.
The Hague, Gemeentemuseum, Suze Robertson, 31 December 1955-19 February 1956, no. 28, as: Takbreekster.
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