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Willem Roelofs (Amsterdam 1822-1897 Berchem)
Cows grazing near a windmill
signed 'W: Roelofs.' (lower left)
oil on canvas
47 x 72 cm.
Painted circa 1860.
Mr. F.H.M. Post; Boussod, Valadon et Cie, The Hague, 13 November 1894, lot 82, as: Paturage hollandais (Dfl. 950 to Mr. Hoevenaar).
Anonymous sale; Frederik Muller, Amsterdam, 4 November 1947, lot 151, as: En plein été (Dfl. 1.500).
Anonymous sale; S.J. Mak van Waay, Amsterdam, 5 June 1964, lot 416.
with Kunsthandel Pieter A. Scheen, The Hague, by August 1964.
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