25 April 2001
Balthasar van der Ast (Middleburg ?1593/4-1657 Delft)
Tulips, irises, roses, forget-me-nots, chrysanthemums and hypericum in a roemer, with cherries, a plum, a tulip and a caterpiller on a stone ledge
oil on panel, laid onto panel (?)
19½ x 14 1/8 in. (49.5 x 35.8 cm.)
with Leonard Koetser, London, Autumn Exhibition, 1961, no. 26 (label on the reverse).
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