10 March 2009
Theo van den Nahmer (DUTCH, 1917-1989)
signed 'ThvdNahmer' (on the bronze base)
bronze with a green brown patina
165 cm. high (incl. bronze base)
This piece is unique.
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Rijswijk, Museum Rijswijk, Theo van den Nahmer, bronzen beelden, 14 December 2002-12 January 2003.
The Hague, Haags Gemeentemuseum, Nieuwe Haagse School, 5 April-28 September 2003.
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