4 December 2007
Pieter Ouborg (DUTCH, 1893-1956)
signed and dated 'P.Ouborg'49' (lower right)
gouache on paper
49 x 64 cm.
Johannes and Cricri Tielrooy, thence by descent to the present owner.
On loan to the Dordrechts Museum, Dordrecht, from 1985 until 2007.
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L. ten Duis a.o., Piet Ouborg, schilder, Eindhoven 1990, p.107.
The Hague, Haags Gemeente Museum, Piet Ouborg, 15 August-20 June 1965, no. 106.
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