26 September 2006
Maria de Ruiter de Witt (Dutch, b. 1947)
signed 'Maria de Ruiter de Witt' (lower left)
pastel on canvas
70 x 100 cm.
To be sold with Passie voor Pastel, the book, by Ruud Spruit, Van Soeren & Co, Amsterdam, 2005 (2)
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Ruud Spruit, Passie voor Pastel, Amsterdam, 2005, p. 214 (ill.)
Hoorn, West Fries Museum, Marie de Ruiter de Wit, 20 August - 25 September 2005
Maria de Ruiter de Wit was knighted Ridder in de Orde van de Nederlandse Leeuw on 28 April for her achievements as artist.
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