5 June 2007
Willem Hussem (DUTCH, 1900-1974)
with the artist's stamp (on the stretcher)
oil on canvas
110 x 120 cm.
Painted circa 1955.
A.G. Hussem-Provo Kluit, The Hague.
Galerie Nouvelles Images, The Hague, no. 10-33.
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Han Steenbruggen, Willem Hussem tussen schrift en leegte, Eindhoven 1994, p.68 (ill.)
Rotterdam, Museum Boymans van Beuningen, Willem Hussem, 1977.
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