9 - 10 September 2008
Willem Dooijewaard (DUTCH, 1892-1980)
signed with initials 'WD' (lower left) and dated and signed again and inscribed 'Bali 1922' (lower right)
brown chalk and pencil on tracing paper
16.5 x 12 cm.
Duta Fine Arts Fondation, Jakarta, where acquired by the present owner in 1992.
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D.H. Dhaimeler, Th.B. van Lelyveld, S. Eka, Willem Dooijewaard, a Dutch artist in Indonesia, Jakarta 1992, p. 56, ill. as 'Balinese Woman (1922)'.
Jakarta, Duta Fine Arts Foundation, April 1992.
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