26 September 2006
Willem Imandt (Indonesian, 1882-1967)
A wooded mountainesque landscape with Waringin trees
signed 'Imandt.' (lower left)
oil on canvas
80 x 87 cm.
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Compare with: Leo Haks & Guus Maris, Lexicon of foreign artist who visualized Indonesia (1600-1950), Utrecht, 1995, p.483, no.C237 (ill.), for a similar composition.
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