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Piet Meiners
Still life with waterlily and other flowers, 1885 gedateerd
Oss, Museum Jan Cunen
Stilleven met waterlelie, waterplompen en bloemen
W.J.H. Resing
Left and right on the settee Mr. and Mrs. Verburgt-Kramers with right on the arm rest Annie Bremmer-Hollmann, wife of Floris Bremmer (son of H.P. Bremmer); in the middle of the settee an unidentfied lady; picture taken in the garden of Koninginnegracht 44, The Hague, ca. 1915-1925
Private collection
Links en rechts op de bank Gerrit Jan Verburgt (1871-1926) en Lien Verburgt-Kramers (1876-1968) met rechts op de leuning van de bank Annie Bremmer-Hollmann (1895-1989), echtgenote van Floris Bremmer (zoon van Hendricus Petrus Bremmer, 1871-1956); midden op de bank een onbekende; foto genomen in de tuin van het woonhuis aan de Koninginnegracht 44, Den Haag
Isaac Israels
A girl in white at the Boulevard, Scheveningen, ca. 1895
Christie's (Amsterdam) 1990-12-12, nr. 235
Dame in het wit aan de boulevard, Scheveningen
Bart van der Leck
Study for 'Head of a donkey', 1932
Studie voor 'Kop van een ezel'
Bart van der Leck
Women gathering at a door, 1907
Private collection
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