14 November 2012
W. Weiss (active in Amsterdam circa 1836-1838)
A colourful bouquet of tulips, white, pink and orange peonies, daffodils, blossoms and various other flowers intertwined with purple morning glory on a marble ledge
signed 'W. Weiss.' (lower left)
oil on canvas
45 x 34.8 cm.
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