17 March 2004
(2) Marius Bauer (Dutch, 1867-1932)
A palace in British East India; Procession with elephants (Van W. 233 and 294)
two etchings, on simili Japon, both signed in pencil, each numbered, from the edition of 100 published by E.J. van Wisselingh & Co, Amsterdam, one with their publisher's label, both with minor mountstaining, Oriental Palace with the publisher's label, with strips of papertape and related skinning in places at the sheet edges, few small folds
S. 572 x 696 mm.; S. 500 x 645 mm. (2)
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The label of Van W. 233 states the title Oriental Palace whereas the same etching is entitled A palace in British India in the catalogue raisonné by Van Wisselingh.
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