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Cornelis Springer

A Street Scene with a Blacksmith at Work

VAT reduced rate

Estimate:

10,000

to
- 15,000 GBP

From from an Important Private Collection

Cornelis Springer

Cornelis Springer

A Street Scene with a Blacksmith at Work

A Street Scene with a Blacksmith at Work

Estimate:

10,000

to
- 15,000 GBP

From from an Important Private Collection

Cornelis Springer

Dutch

1817 - 1891

A Street Scene with a Blacksmith at Work


signed with monogram and dated '44 lower left

oil on panel

Unframed: 20.5 by 26cm., 8 by 10¼in.

Framed: 33.5 by 39cm., 13¼ by 15¼in.

The panel is flat and even. Ultra-violet light reveals a couple of spots of retouching towards the top of the composition, apart from which this work is in good condition and ready to hang.


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Anschel Pino, Amsterdam

Sold under duress by the above through the Lippmann, Rosenthal & Co.(LiRo) Bank, Amsterdam on 17th November 1942

Bernhard Nöhring*, Lübeck (acquired from the above)

Recuperated by the Allies after 1945 and transferred to the Stichting Nederlandsch Kunstbezit (SNK), Holland as ‘Monogrammist C.S. Dorpsmid

Restituted to Fanny Pino, Brussels (the sole heir of Anschel Pino) on 18th November 1949

Sale: Sotheby’s, Amsterdam, 24 October 2001, lot 248

Purchased at the above sale by the present owner