5 June 2007
Marien Schouten (DUTCH, B. 1956)
oil and charcoal on canvas, unframed
232 x 175 cm.
Painted in 1985;
and A preliminary work on paper by the same hand. (2)
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Marien Schouten, Kunsthalle Bern, 1992, p. 27 (ill.)
Rotterdam, Boijmans-van Beuningen, Marien Schouten, 4 June-3 July 1989, no. 8, ill. no. 6.
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