15 - 16 November 2016
Johan Hendrik van Mastenbroek (Rotterdam 1875-1945)
Matin d'hiver sur la meuse à Rotterdam; bij den ingang der Leuvenhaven, Rotterdam.
signed and dated 'J.H. van Mastenbroek 1921' (lower right); and inscribed with title and signed again (on a label attached to the stretcher)
oil on canvas, unframed
122 x 170 cm.
In the family of the present owner since circa 1930.
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A. Glavimans, J.H. van Mastenbroek, Rotterdam en Antwerpen, 1946, p. 77, no. 71 as: Winterochtend op de Maas te Rotterdam.
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