15 - 16 November 2016
Henriette Ronner-Knip (Amsterdam 1821-1909 Brussels)
A cairn terrier and her puppies in a conservatory
signed 'Henriette Ronner.' (lower right)
oil on panel
32.5 x 45 cm.
Anonymous sale; C. F. Roos & Co., Amsterdam, 27 November 1906, lot 93, as: Chiens (Dfl. 425) to Mr. Wijsman.
Anonymous sale; Mak van Waay, Amsterdam, 24 September 1973, lot 200.
with Richard Green Gallery, London.
Anonymous sale; Christie's, London, 19 June 2003, lot 59.
with Kunsthandel Simonis en Buunk, Ede, where acquired by the family of the present owners circa 2004.
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