30 January 2007
Nicolaas Bastert (Dutch, 1854-1939)
Het jaagpad aan de Vecht: along the river Vecht
signed 'N. Bastert' (lower left); and signed again and inscribed with title (on a label attached to the stretcher)
oil on canvas
40.5 x 60.5 cm.
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L. de Jonghe, Nicolaas Bastert, Vechtschilder 1854-1939, Alphen aan de Rijn, 1990, cat.no. 142.
Oud Zuilen, Slot Zuylen, Bastert, 1990, cat.no. 142.
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