23 - 24 June 2015
Willem Maris (The Hague 1844-1910)
Cattle grazing near a farm
signed 'Willem Maris f.' (lower right)
oil on panel
21 x 28.5 cm.
Painted circa 1877-80.
with Larensche Kunsthandel, Amsterdam, by 1905.
with Kunsthandel A. Preyer, The Hague, by 1910.
Mr. A.L.E. Kleyn, The Hague.
Mrs. C.E. Kleyn Eschauzier; Venduhuis der Notarissen, The Hague, 5 November 1946, lot 60.
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The Hague, Pulchri Studio, Tentoonstelling van schilderijen en aquarellen door Willem Maris, toebehoorende aan Haagsche Collectionneurs, 16 June-7 July 1910, no. 68, as: Bij de boerderij.
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