4 July 2006
James de Rijk (Hilversum 1806-1882)
A wooded landscape with figures by a pond
with number 'No 28' and inscription 'Coll v d ... nach 30 Mai 1826 no 69 H G ten Cate' (verso)
black chalk, brown and grey wash
14¾ x 13¼ in. (377 x 340 mm.)
H. G. ten Cate.
Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, Amsterdam, 22 November 1973, lot 229.
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