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    • Gerrit Hondius (American/Dutch 1891-1970), Still Life of Poppy in a Vase, Oil on Board 37 x 31 in. (94 x 78.7 cm.)
      Jan. 30, 2024

      Gerrit Hondius (American/Dutch 1891-1970), Still Life of Poppy in a Vase, Oil on Board 37 x 31 in. (94 x 78.7 cm.)

      Est: $200 - $400

      Gerrit Hondius (American/Dutch 1891-1970), Still Life of Poppy in a Vase, Oil on Board

      Weschler's
    • Gerrit Hondius (1891-1970) Wharf, Mixed media on paper, 5 x 7 1/2" sheet, 14 x 16 3/4" framed
      Nov. 25, 2023

      Gerrit Hondius (1891-1970) Wharf, Mixed media on paper, 5 x 7 1/2" sheet, 14 x 16 3/4" framed

      Est: $400 - $600

      Gerrit Hondius (1891-1970) Wharf, Mixed media on paper, 5 x 7 1/2" sheet, 14 x 16 3/4" framed

      Bakker Auctions
    • Gerrit Hondius, Massachusetts, New York (1891-1970), mother and daughter, oil on canvas, 20"H x 17"W, 20 3/4"H x 16 3/4"W (frame)
      Oct. 07, 2023

      Gerrit Hondius, Massachusetts, New York (1891-1970), mother and daughter, oil on canvas, 20"H x 17"W, 20 3/4"H x 16 3/4"W (frame)

      Est: $200 - $400

      Gerrit Hondius Massachusetts, New York, (1891-1970) mother and daughter oil on canvas Signed lower right. From the Archives of askArt: A modernist artist who lived in both Provincetown, Massachusetts, and New York City, Gerrit Hondius studied at the Art Students League with Max Weber and Andrew Dasburg. He also studied at the Royal Academy in The Hague. An example of his work, a 12 x 8-inch oil on paper of a Clown, is intense in characterization, feeling and creative use of fauvist, expressionist color. Hondius was influenced by French Expressionist painter and printmaker Georges Rouault. He was a WPA artist, whose mural of New York City became well known, and his primary subjects were ballerinas, landscapes, still lifes, and masked figures. Hondius had over fifty one-man exhibitions in Europe and the United States, as well as showing at New York City venues including the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1924-26, 1932 and 1934; the 1939 World's Fair; Museum of Modern Art; Rockefeller Center; and Graham Gallery, in the 1950s. His work was exhibited posthumously in New York City WPA Art in 1977 at the Parson's School of Design, New York City. Hondius' work may be seen in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Art, California; Whitney Museum of American Art; Newark Museum of Art, New Jersey; Reading Museum of Art, Pennsylvania; Norfolk Museum of Art, Virginia; and Provincial Museum, Kampden, Holland. His papers, sketchbooks, photographs, letters and clippings are in the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Gerrit Hondius died in 1970. An exhibition of Hondius' works was held in 2002 at the Temescal Café, in Oakland, California. Source: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art" http://www.outercapeartauctions.net/past%20auctions/21603.htm

      Ripley Auctions
    • Gerrit Hondius, Massachusetts, New York (1891-1970), circus clown, oil on board, 21"H x 9"W (sight), 24"H x 12"W (frame)
      Oct. 07, 2023

      Gerrit Hondius, Massachusetts, New York (1891-1970), circus clown, oil on board, 21"H x 9"W (sight), 24"H x 12"W (frame)

      Est: $200 - $400

      Gerrit Hondius Massachusetts, New York, (1891-1970) circus clown oil on board signed upper right. From the Archives of askArt: A modernist artist who lived in both Provincetown, Massachusetts, and New York City, Gerrit Hondius studied at the Art Students League with Max Weber and Andrew Dasburg. He also studied at the Royal Academy in The Hague. An example of his work, a 12 x 8-inch oil on paper of a Clown, is intense in characterization, feeling and creative use of fauvist, expressionist color. Hondius was influenced by French Expressionist painter and printmaker Georges Rouault. He was a WPA artist, whose mural of New York City became well known, and his primary subjects were ballerinas, landscapes, still lifes, and masked figures. Hondius had over fifty one-man exhibitions in Europe and the United States, as well as showing at New York City venues including the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1924-26, 1932 and 1934; the 1939 World's Fair; Museum of Modern Art; Rockefeller Center; and Graham Gallery, in the 1950s. His work was exhibited posthumously in New York City WPA Art in 1977 at the Parson's School of Design, New York City. Hondius' work may be seen in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Art, California; Whitney Museum of American Art; Newark Museum of Art, New Jersey; Reading Museum of Art, Pennsylvania; Norfolk Museum of Art, Virginia; and Provincial Museum, Kampden, Holland. His papers, sketchbooks, photographs, letters and clippings are in the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Gerrit Hondius died in 1970. An exhibition of Hondius' works was held in 2002 at the Temescal Café, in Oakland, California. Source: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art" http://www.outercapeartauctions.net/past%20auctions/21603.htm

      Ripley Auctions
    • GERRIT HONDIUS, KAMPEN 1891-1970, FOREST VIEW, OIL ON CANVAS ...
      Sep. 25, 2023

      GERRIT HONDIUS, KAMPEN 1891-1970, FOREST VIEW, OIL ON CANVAS ...

      Est: €100 - €140

      Gerrit Hondius, Kampen 1891-1970, Forest view, oil on canvas, 73 x 54 cm.

      Van Zadelhoff Veilingen en Taxaties
    • GERRIT HONDIUS, KAMPEN 1891-1970, FARMER WITH WHEELBARROW IN ...
      Sep. 25, 2023

      GERRIT HONDIUS, KAMPEN 1891-1970, FARMER WITH WHEELBARROW IN ...

      Est: €200 - €280

      Gerrit Hondius, Kampen 1891-1970, Farmer with wheelbarrow in landscape, oil on canvas, 90 x 60 cm.

      Van Zadelhoff Veilingen en Taxaties
    • GERRIT HONDIUS Lower East Side Market Scene, New York.
      Sep. 21, 2023

      GERRIT HONDIUS Lower East Side Market Scene, New York.

      Est: $1,200 - $1,800

      GERRIT HONDIUS Lower East Side Market Scene, New York. Oil on board, circa 1935-40. 410x540 mm; 16x21 inches. Signed in oil, lower right recto. Provenance: Private collection, New York. Born in the Netherlands, Hondius (1891-1970) moved to the United States during World War I and studied at the Art Students League under Max Weber and Andrew Dasburg. He was active from the 1920s through the 1960s in a social realist style tinged with Expressionism, and his work reveals the influence of the early 20th century French modernist Georges Rouault.

      Swann Auction Galleries
    • GERRIT HONDIUS (New York, 1891-1970), Harbor view., Oil on board, 16" x 20". Framed 18.5" x 22.5".
      Jul. 06, 2023

      GERRIT HONDIUS (New York, 1891-1970), Harbor view., Oil on board, 16" x 20". Framed 18.5" x 22.5".

      Est: $300 - $500

      GERRIT HONDIUS New York, 1891-1970 Harbor view. Signed lower right "G. Hondius".

      Eldred's
    • Gerrit Hondius, Massachusetts, New York (1891-1970), Two Clowns, oil on canvas, 17"H x 13 3/4"W, 21 1/2"H x 18"W (frame)
      Jul. 01, 2023

      Gerrit Hondius, Massachusetts, New York (1891-1970), Two Clowns, oil on canvas, 17"H x 13 3/4"W, 21 1/2"H x 18"W (frame)

      Est: $300 - $500

      Gerrit Hondius Massachusetts, New York, (1891-1970) Two Clowns oil on canvas Signed upper right. From the Archives of askArt: A modernist artist who lived in both Provincetown, Massachusetts, and New York City, Gerrit Hondius studied at the Art Students League with Max Weber and Andrew Dasburg. He also studied at the Royal Academy in The Hague. An example of his work, a 12 x 8-inch oil on paper of a Clown, is intense in characterization, feeling and creative use of fauvist, expressionist color. Hondius was influenced by French Expressionist painter and printmaker Georges Rouault. He was a WPA artist, whose mural of New York City became well known, and his primary subjects were ballerinas, landscapes, still lifes, and masked figures. Hondius had over fifty one-man exhibitions in Europe and the United States, as well as showing at New York City venues including the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1924-26, 1932 and 1934; the 1939 World's Fair; Museum of Modern Art; Rockefeller Center; and Graham Gallery, in the 1950s. His work was exhibited posthumously in New York City WPA Art in 1977 at the Parson's School of Design, New York City. Hondius' work may be seen in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Art, California; Whitney Museum of American Art; Newark Museum of Art, New Jersey; Reading Museum of Art, Pennsylvania; Norfolk Museum of Art, Virginia; and Provincial Museum, Kampden, Holland. His papers, sketchbooks, photographs, letters and clippings are in the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Gerrit Hondius died in 1970. An exhibition of Hondius' works was held in 2002 at the Temescal Café, in Oakland, California. Source: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art" http://www.outercapeartauctions.net/past%20auctions/21603.htm

      Ripley Auctions
    • Gerrit Hondius, Massachusetts, New York (1891-1970), mother and daughter, oil on canvas, 20"H x 17"W, 20 3/4"H x 16 3/4"W (frame)
      Jul. 01, 2023

      Gerrit Hondius, Massachusetts, New York (1891-1970), mother and daughter, oil on canvas, 20"H x 17"W, 20 3/4"H x 16 3/4"W (frame)

      Est: $300 - $500

      Gerrit Hondius Massachusetts, New York, (1891-1970) mother and daughter oil on canvas Signed lower right. From the Archives of askArt: A modernist artist who lived in both Provincetown, Massachusetts, and New York City, Gerrit Hondius studied at the Art Students League with Max Weber and Andrew Dasburg. He also studied at the Royal Academy in The Hague. An example of his work, a 12 x 8-inch oil on paper of a Clown, is intense in characterization, feeling and creative use of fauvist, expressionist color. Hondius was influenced by French Expressionist painter and printmaker Georges Rouault. He was a WPA artist, whose mural of New York City became well known, and his primary subjects were ballerinas, landscapes, still lifes, and masked figures. Hondius had over fifty one-man exhibitions in Europe and the United States, as well as showing at New York City venues including the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1924-26, 1932 and 1934; the 1939 World's Fair; Museum of Modern Art; Rockefeller Center; and Graham Gallery, in the 1950s. His work was exhibited posthumously in New York City WPA Art in 1977 at the Parson's School of Design, New York City. Hondius' work may be seen in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Art, California; Whitney Museum of American Art; Newark Museum of Art, New Jersey; Reading Museum of Art, Pennsylvania; Norfolk Museum of Art, Virginia; and Provincial Museum, Kampden, Holland. His papers, sketchbooks, photographs, letters and clippings are in the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Gerrit Hondius died in 1970. An exhibition of Hondius' works was held in 2002 at the Temescal Café, in Oakland, California. Source: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art" http://www.outercapeartauctions.net/past%20auctions/21603.htm

      Ripley Auctions
    • Gerrit Hondius, Massachusetts, New York (1891-1970), circus clown, oil on board, 21"H x 9"W (sight), 24"H x 12"W (frame)
      Jul. 01, 2023

      Gerrit Hondius, Massachusetts, New York (1891-1970), circus clown, oil on board, 21"H x 9"W (sight), 24"H x 12"W (frame)

      Est: $300 - $500

      Gerrit Hondius Massachusetts, New York, (1891-1970) circus clown oil on board signed upper right. From the Archives of askArt: A modernist artist who lived in both Provincetown, Massachusetts, and New York City, Gerrit Hondius studied at the Art Students League with Max Weber and Andrew Dasburg. He also studied at the Royal Academy in The Hague. An example of his work, a 12 x 8-inch oil on paper of a Clown, is intense in characterization, feeling and creative use of fauvist, expressionist color. Hondius was influenced by French Expressionist painter and printmaker Georges Rouault. He was a WPA artist, whose mural of New York City became well known, and his primary subjects were ballerinas, landscapes, still lifes, and masked figures. Hondius had over fifty one-man exhibitions in Europe and the United States, as well as showing at New York City venues including the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1924-26, 1932 and 1934; the 1939 World's Fair; Museum of Modern Art; Rockefeller Center; and Graham Gallery, in the 1950s. His work was exhibited posthumously in New York City WPA Art in 1977 at the Parson's School of Design, New York City. Hondius' work may be seen in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Art, California; Whitney Museum of American Art; Newark Museum of Art, New Jersey; Reading Museum of Art, Pennsylvania; Norfolk Museum of Art, Virginia; and Provincial Museum, Kampden, Holland. His papers, sketchbooks, photographs, letters and clippings are in the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Gerrit Hondius died in 1970. An exhibition of Hondius' works was held in 2002 at the Temescal Café, in Oakland, California. Source: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art" http://www.outercapeartauctions.net/past%20auctions/21603.htm

      Ripley Auctions
    • Gerrit Hondius, Massachusetts, New York (1891-1970), sad clown, oil on board, 8 1/2"H x 6 1/4"W (sight), 10"H x 8"W (frame)
      Apr. 29, 2023

      Gerrit Hondius, Massachusetts, New York (1891-1970), sad clown, oil on board, 8 1/2"H x 6 1/4"W (sight), 10"H x 8"W (frame)

      Est: $200 - $400

      Gerrit Hondius Massachusetts, New York, (1891-1970) sad clown oil on board Signed upper left. From the Archives of askArt: A modernist artist who lived in both Provincetown, Massachusetts, and New York City, Gerrit Hondius studied at the Art Students League with Max Weber and Andrew Dasburg. He also studied at the Royal Academy in The Hague. An example of his work, a 12 x 8-inch oil on paper of a Clown, is intense in characterization, feeling and creative use of fauvist, expressionist color. Hondius was influenced by French Expressionist painter and printmaker Georges Rouault. He was a WPA artist, whose mural of New York City became well known, and his primary subjects were ballerinas, landscapes, still lifes, and masked figures. Hondius had over fifty one-man exhibitions in Europe and the United States, as well as showing at New York City venues including the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1924-26, 1932 and 1934; the 1939 World's Fair; Museum of Modern Art; Rockefeller Center; and Graham Gallery, in the 1950s. His work was exhibited posthumously in New York City WPA Art in 1977 at the Parson's School of Design, New York City. Hondius' work may be seen in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Art, California; Whitney Museum of American Art; Newark Museum of Art, New Jersey; Reading Museum of Art, Pennsylvania; Norfolk Museum of Art, Virginia; and Provincial Museum, Kampden, Holland. His papers, sketchbooks, photographs, letters and clippings are in the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Gerrit Hondius died in 1970. An exhibition of Hondius' works was held in 2002 at the Temescal Café, in Oakland, California. Source: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art" http://www.outercapeartauctions.net/past%20auctions/21603.htm

      Ripley Auctions
    • Gerrit Hondius, Massachusetts, New York (1891-1970), seascape from shore with red boathouse, oil on board, 14"H x 21 1/2"W (sight), 19 3/4"H x 27 1/4"W (frame)
      Apr. 29, 2023

      Gerrit Hondius, Massachusetts, New York (1891-1970), seascape from shore with red boathouse, oil on board, 14"H x 21 1/2"W (sight), 19 3/4"H x 27 1/4"W (frame)

      Est: $300 - $500

      Gerrit Hondius Massachusetts, New York, (1891-1970) seascape from shore with red boathouse oil on board Signed lower right. From the Archives of askArt: A modernist artist who lived in both Provincetown, Massachusetts, and New York City, Gerrit Hondius studied at the Art Students League with Max Weber and Andrew Dasburg. He also studied at the Royal Academy in The Hague. An example of his work, a 12 x 8-inch oil on paper of a Clown, is intense in characterization, feeling and creative use of fauvist, expressionist color. Hondius was influenced by French Expressionist painter and printmaker Georges Rouault. He was a WPA artist, whose mural of New York City became well known, and his primary subjects were ballerinas, landscapes, still lifes, and masked figures. Hondius had over fifty one-man exhibitions in Europe and the United States, as well as showing at New York City venues including the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1924-26, 1932 and 1934; the 1939 World's Fair; Museum of Modern Art; Rockefeller Center; and Graham Gallery, in the 1950s. His work was exhibited posthumously in New York City WPA Art in 1977 at the Parson's School of Design, New York City. Hondius' work may be seen in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Art, California; Whitney Museum of American Art; Newark Museum of Art, New Jersey; Reading Museum of Art, Pennsylvania; Norfolk Museum of Art, Virginia; and Provincial Museum, Kampden, Holland. His papers, sketchbooks, photographs, letters and clippings are in the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Gerrit Hondius died in 1970. An exhibition of Hondius' works was held in 2002 at the Temescal Café, in Oakland, California. Source: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art" http://www.outercapeartauctions.net/past%20auctions/21603.htm

      Ripley Auctions
    • Gerrit Hondius, Massachusetts, New York (1891-1970), Rockport Seascape, oil on board, 8"H x 11 1/4"W (sight), 13 1/2"H x 17"W (frame)
      Apr. 29, 2023

      Gerrit Hondius, Massachusetts, New York (1891-1970), Rockport Seascape, oil on board, 8"H x 11 1/4"W (sight), 13 1/2"H x 17"W (frame)

      Est: $200 - $300

      Gerrit Hondius Massachusetts, New York, (1891-1970) Rockport Seascape oil on board Signed lower left. From the Archives of askArt: A modernist artist who lived in both Provincetown, Massachusetts, and New York City, Gerrit Hondius studied at the Art Students League with Max Weber and Andrew Dasburg. He also studied at the Royal Academy in The Hague. An example of his work, a 12 x 8-inch oil on paper of a Clown, is intense in characterization, feeling and creative use of fauvist, expressionist color. Hondius was influenced by French Expressionist painter and printmaker Georges Rouault. He was a WPA artist, whose mural of New York City became well known, and his primary subjects were ballerinas, landscapes, still lifes, and masked figures. Hondius had over fifty one-man exhibitions in Europe and the United States, as well as showing at New York City venues including the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1924-26, 1932 and 1934; the 1939 World's Fair; Museum of Modern Art; Rockefeller Center; and Graham Gallery, in the 1950s. His work was exhibited posthumously in New York City WPA Art in 1977 at the Parson's School of Design, New York City. Hondius' work may be seen in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Art, California; Whitney Museum of American Art; Newark Museum of Art, New Jersey; Reading Museum of Art, Pennsylvania; Norfolk Museum of Art, Virginia; and Provincial Museum, Kampden, Holland. His papers, sketchbooks, photographs, letters and clippings are in the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Gerrit Hondius died in 1970. An exhibition of Hondius' works was held in 2002 at the Temescal Café, in Oakland, California. Source: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art" http://www.outercapeartauctions.net/past%20auctions/21603.htm

      Ripley Auctions
    • Gerrit Hondius, Massachusetts, New York (1891-1970), two figures allegorical scene, oil on masonite, 23 3/4"H x 15 1/2"W (sight), 26 1/2"H x 19 1/4"W (frame)
      Apr. 29, 2023

      Gerrit Hondius, Massachusetts, New York (1891-1970), two figures allegorical scene, oil on masonite, 23 3/4"H x 15 1/2"W (sight), 26 1/2"H x 19 1/4"W (frame)

      Est: $400 - $600

      Gerrit Hondius Massachusetts, New York, (1891-1970) two figures allegorical scene oil on masonite Unsigned. From the Archives of askArt: A modernist artist who lived in both Provincetown, Massachusetts, and New York City, Gerrit Hondius studied at the Art Students League with Max Weber and Andrew Dasburg. He also studied at the Royal Academy in The Hague. An example of his work, a 12 x 8-inch oil on paper of a Clown, is intense in characterization, feeling and creative use of fauvist, expressionist color. Hondius was influenced by French Expressionist painter and printmaker Georges Rouault. He was a WPA artist, whose mural of New York City became well known, and his primary subjects were ballerinas, landscapes, still lifes, and masked figures. Hondius had over fifty one-man exhibitions in Europe and the United States, as well as showing at New York City venues including the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1924-26, 1932 and 1934; the 1939 World's Fair; Museum of Modern Art; Rockefeller Center; and Graham Gallery, in the 1950s. His work was exhibited posthumously in New York City WPA Art in 1977 at the Parson's School of Design, New York City. Hondius' work may be seen in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Art, California; Whitney Museum of American Art; Newark Museum of Art, New Jersey; Reading Museum of Art, Pennsylvania; Norfolk Museum of Art, Virginia; and Provincial Museum, Kampden, Holland. His papers, sketchbooks, photographs, letters and clippings are in the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Gerrit Hondius died in 1970. An exhibition of Hondius' works was held in 2002 at the Temescal Café, in Oakland, California. Source: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art" http://www.outercapeartauctions.net/past%20auctions/21603.htm

      Ripley Auctions
    • Gerrit Hondius, Massachusetts, New York (1891-1970), harbor scene, oil on masonite, 15 1/2"H x 19 1/2"W (sight), 25"H x 28"W (frame)
      Apr. 29, 2023

      Gerrit Hondius, Massachusetts, New York (1891-1970), harbor scene, oil on masonite, 15 1/2"H x 19 1/2"W (sight), 25"H x 28"W (frame)

      Est: $400 - $600

      Gerrit Hondius Massachusetts, New York, (1891-1970) harbor scene oil on masonite Signed lower right. From the Archives of askArt: A modernist artist who lived in both Provincetown, Massachusetts, and New York City, Gerrit Hondius studied at the Art Students League with Max Weber and Andrew Dasburg. He also studied at the Royal Academy in The Hague. An example of his work, a 12 x 8-inch oil on paper of a Clown, is intense in characterization, feeling and creative use of fauvist, expressionist color. Hondius was influenced by French Expressionist painter and printmaker Georges Rouault. He was a WPA artist, whose mural of New York City became well known, and his primary subjects were ballerinas, landscapes, still lifes, and masked figures. Hondius had over fifty one-man exhibitions in Europe and the United States, as well as showing at New York City venues including the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1924-26, 1932 and 1934; the 1939 World's Fair; Museum of Modern Art; Rockefeller Center; and Graham Gallery, in the 1950s. His work was exhibited posthumously in New York City WPA Art in 1977 at the Parson's School of Design, New York City. Hondius' work may be seen in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Art, California; Whitney Museum of American Art; Newark Museum of Art, New Jersey; Reading Museum of Art, Pennsylvania; Norfolk Museum of Art, Virginia; and Provincial Museum, Kampden, Holland. His papers, sketchbooks, photographs, letters and clippings are in the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Gerrit Hondius died in 1970. An exhibition of Hondius' works was held in 2002 at the Temescal Café, in Oakland, California. Source: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art" http://www.outercapeartauctions.net/past%20auctions/21603.htm

      Ripley Auctions
    • Gerrit Hondius, Massachusetts, New York (1891-1970), harbor scene, oil on board, 14 3/8"H x 20 3/8"W (sight), 21 3/8"H x 27 1/4"W (frame)
      Apr. 29, 2023

      Gerrit Hondius, Massachusetts, New York (1891-1970), harbor scene, oil on board, 14 3/8"H x 20 3/8"W (sight), 21 3/8"H x 27 1/4"W (frame)

      Est: $400 - $600

      Gerrit Hondius Massachusetts, New York, (1891-1970) harbor scene oil on board Signed lower right. From the Archives of askArt: A modernist artist who lived in both Provincetown, Massachusetts, and New York City, Gerrit Hondius studied at the Art Students League with Max Weber and Andrew Dasburg. He also studied at the Royal Academy in The Hague. An example of his work, a 12 x 8-inch oil on paper of a Clown, is intense in characterization, feeling and creative use of fauvist, expressionist color. Hondius was influenced by French Expressionist painter and printmaker Georges Rouault. He was a WPA artist, whose mural of New York City became well known, and his primary subjects were ballerinas, landscapes, still lifes, and masked figures. Hondius had over fifty one-man exhibitions in Europe and the United States, as well as showing at New York City venues including the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1924-26, 1932 and 1934; the 1939 World's Fair; Museum of Modern Art; Rockefeller Center; and Graham Gallery, in the 1950s. His work was exhibited posthumously in New York City WPA Art in 1977 at the Parson's School of Design, New York City. Hondius' work may be seen in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Art, California; Whitney Museum of American Art; Newark Museum of Art, New Jersey; Reading Museum of Art, Pennsylvania; Norfolk Museum of Art, Virginia; and Provincial Museum, Kampden, Holland. His papers, sketchbooks, photographs, letters and clippings are in the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Gerrit Hondius died in 1970. An exhibition of Hondius' works was held in 2002 at the Temescal Café, in Oakland, California. Source: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art" http://www.outercapeartauctions.net/past%20auctions/21603.htm

      Ripley Auctions
    • Gerrit Hondius, Massachusetts, New York (1891-1970), dock scene, oil on board, 13 1/2"H x 9 1/2"W (sight), 19"H x 15 1/2"W (frame)
      Apr. 29, 2023

      Gerrit Hondius, Massachusetts, New York (1891-1970), dock scene, oil on board, 13 1/2"H x 9 1/2"W (sight), 19"H x 15 1/2"W (frame)

      Est: $300 - $500

      Gerrit Hondius Massachusetts, New York, (1891-1970) dock scene oil on board Signed lower right. From the Archives of askArt: A modernist artist who lived in both Provincetown, Massachusetts, and New York City, Gerrit Hondius studied at the Art Students League with Max Weber and Andrew Dasburg. He also studied at the Royal Academy in The Hague. An example of his work, a 12 x 8-inch oil on paper of a Clown, is intense in characterization, feeling and creative use of fauvist, expressionist color. Hondius was influenced by French Expressionist painter and printmaker Georges Rouault. He was a WPA artist, whose mural of New York City became well known, and his primary subjects were ballerinas, landscapes, still lifes, and masked figures. Hondius had over fifty one-man exhibitions in Europe and the United States, as well as showing at New York City venues including the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1924-26, 1932 and 1934; the 1939 World's Fair; Museum of Modern Art; Rockefeller Center; and Graham Gallery, in the 1950s. His work was exhibited posthumously in New York City WPA Art in 1977 at the Parson's School of Design, New York City. Hondius' work may be seen in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Art, California; Whitney Museum of American Art; Newark Museum of Art, New Jersey; Reading Museum of Art, Pennsylvania; Norfolk Museum of Art, Virginia; and Provincial Museum, Kampden, Holland. His papers, sketchbooks, photographs, letters and clippings are in the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Gerrit Hondius died in 1970. An exhibition of Hondius' works was held in 2002 at the Temescal Café, in Oakland, California. Source: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art" http://www.outercapeartauctions.net/past%20auctions/21603.htm

      Ripley Auctions
    • GERRIT HONDIUS
      Jan. 28, 2023

      GERRIT HONDIUS

      Est: $300 - $500

      GERRIT HONDIUS (Dutch-American, 1891-1970), circus performers, oil on board, signed lower left. Board 15-1/2''h, 11-1/2''w.

      South Bay Auctions Inc
    • Gerrit Hondius, New York (1891 - 1970), dancers, oil on canvas, 23 1/4"H x 19 1/4"W (sight), 31 1/4"H x 27 1/8"W (frame)
      Dec. 17, 2022

      Gerrit Hondius, New York (1891 - 1970), dancers, oil on canvas, 23 1/4"H x 19 1/4"W (sight), 31 1/4"H x 27 1/8"W (frame)

      Est: $500 - $700

      Gerrit Hondius New York, (1891 - 1970) dancers oil on canvas signed lower left. Biography from the Archives of askART: A modernist artist who lived in both Provincetown, Massachusetts, and New York City, Gerrit Hondius studied at the Art Students League with Max Weber and Andrew Dasburg. He also studied at the Royal Academy in The Hague. An example of his work, a 12 x 8-inch oil on paper of a Clown, is intense in characterization, feeling and creative use of fauvist, expressionist color. Hondius was influenced by French Expressionist painter and printmaker Georges Rouault. He was a WPA artist, whose mural of New York City became well known, and his primary subjects were ballerinas, landscapes, still lifes, and masked figures. Hondius had over fifty one-man exhibitions in Europe and the United States, as well as showing at New York City venues including the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1924-26, 1932 and 1934; the 1939 World's Fair; Museum of Modern Art; Rockefeller Center; and Graham Gallery, in the 1950s. His work was exhibited posthumously in New York City WPA Art in 1977 at the Parson's School of Design, New York City. Hondius' work may be seen in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Art, California; Whitney Museum of American Art; Newark Museum of Art, New Jersey; Reading Museum of Art, Pennsylvania; Norfolk Museum of Art, Virginia; and Provincial Museum, Kampden, Holland. His papers, sketchbooks, photographs, letters and clippings are in the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Gerrit Hondius died in 1970. An exhibition of Hondius' works was held in 2002 at the Temescal Café, in Oakland, California.

      Ripley Auctions
    • GERRIT HONDIUS (1891-1970) Portrait, Oil on masonite
      Nov. 26, 2022

      GERRIT HONDIUS (1891-1970) Portrait, Oil on masonite

      Est: $300 - $500

      GERRIT HONDIUS (1891-1970) Portrait, Oil on masonite

      Bakker Auctions
    • GERRIT HONDIUS (New York, 1891-1970), Beach shacks., Watercolor en grisaille, 10.5” x 13.5” sight. Framed 17” x 20”.
      Nov. 04, 2022

      GERRIT HONDIUS (New York, 1891-1970), Beach shacks., Watercolor en grisaille, 10.5” x 13.5” sight. Framed 17” x 20”.

      Est: $500 - $700

      GERRIT HONDIUS New York, 1891-1970 Beach shacks. Signed lower right "G. Hondius".

      Eldred's
    • GERRIT HONDIUS (New York, 1891-1970), Figures on a path lined with shacks., Mixed media, 8.5" x 12" sight. Framed 17" x 19.5".
      Jul. 27, 2022

      GERRIT HONDIUS (New York, 1891-1970), Figures on a path lined with shacks., Mixed media, 8.5" x 12" sight. Framed 17" x 19.5".

      Est: $500 - $1,000

      GERRIT HONDIUS New York, 1891-1970 Figures on a path lined with shacks. Signed lower left "G. Hondius".

      Eldred's
    • Gerrit Hondius, New York (1891-1970), In the Arena Along a Village Street, oil on masonite board, 29 1/2"H x 23 1/2"W (sight), 34 1/2"H x 28 3/4"W (frame)
      Jun. 04, 2022

      Gerrit Hondius, New York (1891-1970), In the Arena Along a Village Street, oil on masonite board, 29 1/2"H x 23 1/2"W (sight), 34 1/2"H x 28 3/4"W (frame)

      Est: $600 - $800

      Gerrit Hondius New York, (1891-1970) In the Arena Along a Village Street oil on masonite board signed upper left. Biography from the Archives of askART: Biography from the Archives of askArt: A modernist artist who lived in both Provincetown, Massachusetts, and New York City, Gerrit Hondius studied at the Art Students League with Max Weber and Andrew Dasburg. He also studied at the Royal Academy in The Hague. An example of his work, a 12 x 8-inch oil on paper of a Clown, is intense in characterization, feeling and creative use of fauvist, expressionist color. Hondius was influenced by French Expressionist painter and printmaker Georges Rouault. He was a WPA artist, whose mural of New York City became well known, and his primary subjects were ballerinas, landscapes, still lifes, and masked figures. Hondius had over fifty one-man exhibitions in Europe and the United States, as well as showing at New York City venues including the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1924-26, 1932 and 1934; the 1939 World's Fair; Museum of Modern Art; Rockefeller Center; and Graham Gallery, in the 1950s. His work was exhibited posthumously in New York City WPA Art in 1977 at the Parson's School of Design, New York City. Hondius' work may be seen in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Art, California; Whitney Museum of American Art; Newark Museum of Art, New Jersey; Reading Museum of Art, Pennsylvania; Norfolk Museum of Art, Virginia; and Provincial Museum, Kampden, Holland. His papers, sketchbooks, photographs, letters and clippings are in the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Gerrit Hondius died in 1970. An exhibition of Hondius' works was held in 2002 at the Temescal Café, in Oakland, California. Source: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art"

      Ripley Auctions
    • Gerrit Hondius, New York (1891 - 1970), Circus People, oil on masonite, 19 3/4"H x 15 3/4"W (sight), 26 3/4"H x 22 3/4"W (frame)
      Jun. 04, 2022

      Gerrit Hondius, New York (1891 - 1970), Circus People, oil on masonite, 19 3/4"H x 15 3/4"W (sight), 26 3/4"H x 22 3/4"W (frame)

      Est: $500 - $700

      Gerrit Hondius New York, (1891 - 1970) Circus People oil on masonite signed upper right Biography from the Archives of askArt: A modernist artist who lived in both Provincetown, Massachusetts, and New York City, Gerrit Hondius studied at the Art Students League with Max Weber and Andrew Dasburg. He also studied at the Royal Academy in The Hague. An example of his work, a 12 x 8-inch oil on paper of a Clown, is intense in characterization, feeling and creative use of fauvist, expressionist color. Hondius was influenced by French Expressionist painter and printmaker Georges Rouault. He was a WPA artist, whose mural of New York City became well known, and his primary subjects were ballerinas, landscapes, still lifes, and masked figures. Hondius had over fifty one-man exhibitions in Europe and the United States, as well as showing at New York City venues including the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1924-26, 1932 and 1934; the 1939 World's Fair; Museum of Modern Art; Rockefeller Center; and Graham Gallery, in the 1950s. His work was exhibited posthumously in New York City WPA Art in 1977 at the Parson's School of Design, New York City. Hondius' work may be seen in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Art, California; Whitney Museum of American Art; Newark Museum of Art, New Jersey; Reading Museum of Art, Pennsylvania; Norfolk Museum of Art, Virginia; and Provincial Museum, Kampden, Holland. His papers, sketchbooks, photographs, letters and clippings are in the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Gerrit Hondius died in 1970. An exhibition of Hondius' works was held in 2002 at the Temescal Café, in Oakland, California. Source: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art" http://www.outercapeartauctions.net/past%20auctions/21603.htm

      Ripley Auctions
    • Gerrit Hondius, New York (1891 - 1970), dancers, oil on canvas, 23 1/4"H x 19 1/4"W (sight), 31 1/4"H x 27 1/8"W (frame)
      Jun. 04, 2022

      Gerrit Hondius, New York (1891 - 1970), dancers, oil on canvas, 23 1/4"H x 19 1/4"W (sight), 31 1/4"H x 27 1/8"W (frame)

      Est: $600 - $800

      Gerrit Hondius New York, (1891 - 1970) dancers oil on canvas signed lower left. Biography from the Archives of askART: A modernist artist who lived in both Provincetown, Massachusetts, and New York City, Gerrit Hondius studied at the Art Students League with Max Weber and Andrew Dasburg. He also studied at the Royal Academy in The Hague. An example of his work, a 12 x 8-inch oil on paper of a Clown, is intense in characterization, feeling and creative use of fauvist, expressionist color. Hondius was influenced by French Expressionist painter and printmaker Georges Rouault. He was a WPA artist, whose mural of New York City became well known, and his primary subjects were ballerinas, landscapes, still lifes, and masked figures. Hondius had over fifty one-man exhibitions in Europe and the United States, as well as showing at New York City venues including the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1924-26, 1932 and 1934; the 1939 World's Fair; Museum of Modern Art; Rockefeller Center; and Graham Gallery, in the 1950s. His work was exhibited posthumously in New York City WPA Art in 1977 at the Parson's School of Design, New York City. Hondius' work may be seen in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Art, California; Whitney Museum of American Art; Newark Museum of Art, New Jersey; Reading Museum of Art, Pennsylvania; Norfolk Museum of Art, Virginia; and Provincial Museum, Kampden, Holland. His papers, sketchbooks, photographs, letters and clippings are in the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Gerrit Hondius died in 1970. An exhibition of Hondius' works was held in 2002 at the Temescal Café, in Oakland, California.

      Ripley Auctions
    • Gerrit Hondius, New York (1891 - 1970), Along a Village Street, oil on masonite panel, 23 3/8"H x 29 1/4 "W (sight), 33 1/2"H x 39 1/2"W (frame)
      Jun. 04, 2022

      Gerrit Hondius, New York (1891 - 1970), Along a Village Street, oil on masonite panel, 23 3/8"H x 29 1/4 "W (sight), 33 1/2"H x 39 1/2"W (frame)

      Est: $600 - $800

      Gerrit Hondius New York, (1891 - 1970) Along a Village Street oil on masonite panel signed lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: A modernist artist who lived in both Provincetown, Massachusetts, and New York City, Gerrit Hondius studied at the Art Students League with Max Weber and Andrew Dasburg. He also studied at the Royal Academy in The Hague. An example of his work, a 12 x 8-inch oil on paper of a Clown, is intense in characterization, feeling and creative use of fauvist, expressionist color. Hondius was influenced by French Expressionist painter and printmaker Georges Rouault. He was a WPA artist, whose mural of New York City became well known, and his primary subjects were ballerinas, landscapes, still lifes, and masked figures. Hondius had over fifty one-man exhibitions in Europe and the United States, as well as showing at New York City venues including the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1924-26, 1932 and 1934; the 1939 World's Fair; Museum of Modern Art; Rockefeller Center; and Graham Gallery, in the 1950s. His work was exhibited posthumously in New York City WPA Art in 1977 at the Parson's School of Design, New York City. Hondius' work may be seen in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Art, California; Whitney Museum of American Art; Newark Museum of Art, New Jersey; Reading Museum of Art, Pennsylvania; Norfolk Museum of Art, Virginia; and Provincial Museum, Kampden, Holland. His papers, sketchbooks, photographs, letters and clippings are in the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Gerrit Hondius died in 1970. An exhibition of Hondius' works was held in 2002 at the Temescal Café, in Oakland, California. Source: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art"

      Ripley Auctions
    • GERRIT HONDIUS (1891-1970) Figure Studies, Oil on masonite
      May. 21, 2022

      GERRIT HONDIUS (1891-1970) Figure Studies, Oil on masonite

      Est: $400 - $600

      GERRIT HONDIUS (1891-1970) Figure Studies, Oil on masonite

      Bakker Auctions
    • GERRIT HONDIUS (1891-1970) Portrait, Oil on masonite
      May. 21, 2022

      GERRIT HONDIUS (1891-1970) Portrait, Oil on masonite

      Est: $200 - $400

      GERRIT HONDIUS (1891-1970) Portrait, Oil on masonite

      Bakker Auctions
    • GERRIT HONDIUS (New York, 1891-1970), "Birds of a Feather"., Lithograph on paper.
      Feb. 11, 2022

      GERRIT HONDIUS (New York, 1891-1970), "Birds of a Feather"., Lithograph on paper.

      Est: $200 - $300

      GERRIT HONDIUS New York, 1891-1970 "Birds of a Feather". Titled and numbered 18/50 lower left. Signed lower right "G. Hondius".

      Eldred's
    • GERRIT HONDIUS (New York, 1891-1970), Buoys., Mixed media on paper, 13" x 10". Framed 22.5" x 19".
      Nov. 19, 2021

      GERRIT HONDIUS (New York, 1891-1970), Buoys., Mixed media on paper, 13" x 10". Framed 22.5" x 19".

      Est: $500 - $700

      GERRIT HONDIUS New York, 1891-1970 Buoys. Signed upper left "G Hondius". Housed in a Heydenryk frame.

      Eldred's
    • GERRIT HONDIUS (New York, 1891-1970), "Birds of a Feather"., Lithograph on paper.
      Oct. 15, 2021

      GERRIT HONDIUS (New York, 1891-1970), "Birds of a Feather"., Lithograph on paper.

      Est: $200 - $300

      GERRIT HONDIUS New York, 1891-1970 "Birds of a Feather". Titled and numbered 18/50 lower left. Signed lower right "G. Hondius".

      Eldred's
    • GERRIT HONDIUS
      Sep. 18, 2021

      GERRIT HONDIUS

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      GERRIT HONDIUS (Dutch-American, 1891-1970), interior scene with diners in busy cafeteria, oil on masonite, signed lower middle right. Inscribed on frame verso. Minor accretions, abrasions, small losses. Masonite 30''h, 40''w.

      South Bay Auctions Inc
    • GERRIT HONDIUS (1891-1970) Portrait, Mid 20th c., Mixed medium on paper
      Aug. 28, 2021

      GERRIT HONDIUS (1891-1970) Portrait, Mid 20th c., Mixed medium on paper

      Est: $200 - $400

      GERRIT HONDIUS (1891-1970) Portrait, Mid 20th c., Mixed medium on paper

      Bakker Auctions
    • Gerrit HONDIUS: Two Clowns - Watercolor Painting
      Jun. 19, 2021

      Gerrit HONDIUS: Two Clowns - Watercolor Painting

      Est: $200 - $400

      Gerrit Hondius (American/Dutch, 1891-1970), watercolor on paper mounted to cardboard of two clowns, signed lower left. [Art: 11 1/2" H x 8 3/4" W; Frame: 21" H x 17 1/2" W]. Lifting off paper; buckling; fading.

      Roland Auctions NY
    • GERRIT HONDIUS (1891-1970) Lot of 2 Portraits, Ink Wash
      Jun. 05, 2021

      GERRIT HONDIUS (1891-1970) Lot of 2 Portraits, Ink Wash

      Est: $300 - $500

      GERRIT HONDIUS (1891-1970) Lot of 2 Portraits, Ink Wash

      Bakker Auctions
    • GERRIT HONDIUS (1891-1970) Portrait, Oil on panel
      Jun. 05, 2021

      GERRIT HONDIUS (1891-1970) Portrait, Oil on panel

      Est: $200 - $400

      GERRIT HONDIUS (1891-1970) Portrait, Oil on panel

      Bakker Auctions
    • GERRIT HONDIUS, NEW YORK (1891-1970)
      Mar. 16, 2021

      GERRIT HONDIUS, NEW YORK (1891-1970)

      Est: $10 - $1,000

      Portrait of a clown. Oil on masonite. Dimensions: (Frame) H 23" x W 19.25", (Painting) H 15.5" x W 11" Condition: Some staining to the linen liner. Rubbing to the frame.

      Westport Auction
    • Gerrit Hondius Painting
      Feb. 06, 2021

      Gerrit Hondius Painting

      Est: $300 - $500

      Provenance: Collection of Mrs. S. Furer, Boca Raton, Florida. Much of Mrs. Furer's extensive art collection was acquired in Hempstead, New York during the 1960s.

      Palm Beach Modern Auctions
    • GERRIT HONDIUS - FANTASY
      Nov. 18, 2020

      GERRIT HONDIUS - FANTASY

      Est: $200 - $400

      Lot 27 Gerrit Hondius American (1891 - 1970) Fantasy oil crayon on paper signed upper center sight: 3 6/8 x 5 1/2 inches Provenance: From The Estate of Leonard Stone

      Capsule Gallery Auction
    • GERRIT HONDIUS, Circus Performers, O/C
      Oct. 10, 2020

      GERRIT HONDIUS, Circus Performers, O/C

      Est: $800 - $1,600

      Gerrit Hondius, (American/Dutch, 1891-1970), Group of circus performers, oil on canvas, signed at lower left, 45" x 35", in original custom hand painted frame measuring 48 1/2" x 38 1/2". Good condition with two patches, some slack to the canvas and craquelure. Part of a large collection of Circus, Carnival and Midway themed artwork, many pieces of which are available in this sale.

      Blackwell Auctions LLC
    • GERRIT HONDIUS, Lithograph of Puppets
      Oct. 10, 2020

      GERRIT HONDIUS, Lithograph of Puppets

      Est: $200 - $400

      Lithograph of a group of marionettes by Gerrit Hondius (American/Dutch, 1891-1970), titled "Birds of a Feather", signed and limited (34/50) in pen at lower margin. Plate size is 12" X 16", framed to 27" x 23". Excellent condition. Part of a large collection of Circus, Carnival and Midway themed artwork, many pieces of which are available in this sale.

      Blackwell Auctions LLC
    • Painting Watercolor on Paper By Gerrit Hondius
      Sep. 13, 2020

      Painting Watercolor on Paper By Gerrit Hondius

      Est: $100 - $150

      Painting Watercolor on Paper By Gerrit Hondius, (American 1891-1970). In Beautiful Original Frame. Condition: Generally very good condition. Dimensions- Sight: 17" x 15", Frame- 21" x 19" Provenance: From a Long Island Home. Please note the absence of a condition report does not imply that there are no condition issues with this lot. Please contact us for a detailed condition report.

      World Auction Gallery
    • Gerrit Hondius (1891 - 1970) - At the Boat Shacks 47.5 x 32.5 cm (frame: 70 x 54 x 6 cm)
      Apr. 09, 2020

      Gerrit Hondius (1891 - 1970) - At the Boat Shacks 47.5 x 32.5 cm (frame: 70 x 54 x 6 cm)

      Est: $200 - $300

      Gerrit Hondius (1891 - 1970) At the Boat Shacks oil on board 47.5 x 32.5 cm (frame: 70 x 54 x 6 cm) signed lower right

      Lawsons
    • GERRIT HONDIUS (1891-1970) Working On the Net, Watercolor and gouache
      Oct. 26, 2019

      GERRIT HONDIUS (1891-1970) Working On the Net, Watercolor and gouache

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      GERRIT HONDIUS (1891-1970) Working On the Net, Watercolor and gouache

      Bakker Auctions
    • GERRIT HONDIUS (DUTCH 1891-1970), Dark Clown, Oil Painting
      Jul. 13, 2019

      GERRIT HONDIUS (DUTCH 1891-1970), Dark Clown, Oil Painting

      Est: $400 - $600

      GERRIT HONDIUS (DUTCH 1891-1970) Dark Clown, oil on canvas 55.5 x 43.4 cm (21 7/8 x 17 1/8 in., sight) signed lower left SHIPPING FOR THIS ITEM ONLY, in the continental US, via USPS including insurance: $72 If you are buying multiple items, or your shipping address is international, please contact us before or after the auction for a shipping quote via email: [email protected] or call us: +1 (212) 717-7500.

      Shapiro Auctions LLC
    • Gerrit Hondius Oil on Masonite
      Jun. 26, 2019

      Gerrit Hondius Oil on Masonite

      Est: $100 - $200

      Gerrit Hondius, American (1891 - 1970) Oil on Masonite "Woman with Vase of Flowers" Signed top Left Corner. Measures 20-1/4" H x 16" W, frame measures 25-1/2" H x 21-3/8" W. Condition: Good condition Estimate: $100.00 - $200.00 Domestic Shipping: $145.00

      Kodner Galleries
    • GERRIT HONDIUS OIL PORTRAIT "WOMAN WITH A VASE"
      Jun. 15, 2019

      GERRIT HONDIUS OIL PORTRAIT "WOMAN WITH A VASE"

      Est: $300 - $600

      PAINTED ON A 24" X 30" MASONITE; (NY 1891-1970); SOME PAINT CRAZING

      Sandwich Auction House
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