5 June 2007
Jaap Wagemaker (DUTCH, 1906-1972)
Le monde arabe
signed and dated 'Wagemaker '64' (lower right), and signed and dated again and numbered '315' (on the reverse)
mixed media on panel
122 x 93 cm.
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Simon den Heijer en Marike van der Knaap, Aarde in Verf. Jaap Wagemaker. Schilder van het elementaire 1906-1972, Zwolle 1995, p. 108 (ill.), p. 174 (ill.)
Montreal, Pavillion des Communautés Européennes, Expo. Montreal, 1967.
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