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Artist or Maker
'Het naakt in de Nederlandse schilderkunst van de twintigste eeuw', Museum De Wieger, Deurne, 6 February - 24 April 1994
Raad, J. de, et al. Jan Sluijters: 1881-1957. Bussum, Thoth, 2011, p. 27
Wal, M. van der. Jan Sluijters: Vrouwen. Zwolle, Uitgeverij W Books B.V., 2001, p. 20, no. 16
Colen, D. & Raad, J. de. Jan Sluijters: schilder met verve. Zwolle/Laren, Waanders/Singer Museum, 1999, p. 123, no. 136
Gruyter, J. de. Jan Sluijters. Het Vaderland, February 19, 1954
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Conditions of Sale
2. Prices are in Euros. Bids are raised by fixed increments. Up to €100 the increment is €5, from €100 to €200 the increment is €10, from €200 to €300 the increment is €20, from €300 to €500 the increment is €25, from €500 to €1.000 the increment is €50, from €1.000 to €2.000 the increment is €100, from €2.000 to €5.000 the increment is €200, from €5.000 to €10.000 the increment is €500, and from €10.000 upwards the increment is €1.000.
3. All auction bids are binding. The highest bidder shall be the purchaser of the lot. In case of dispute, the auctioneer alone is entitled to decide on price and/or purchaser. The auctioneer has the right to refuse any bid without stating his reason.
4. Each buyer is held to buy for his own account and cannot claim any commission.
5. Winning bidders pay a buyer's premium over the hammer price plus the 3% online transaction fee charged by Invaluable. The buyer's premium is 24.2% including all taxes up to and including € 100,000; and 10% including tax of the portion of the hammer price above € 100,000.
6. The winning bidder is responsible for paying the resale royalty (droit de suite) if applicable. Droit de suite is payable to living artists or their heirs within 70 years following the death of the artist on resold artworks with a resale price [hammer price + total premium excl. VAT] of at least €3.000. The artist must be an EU national, or a national of Iceland, Liechtenstein or Norway, or must be a permanent resident of the Netherlands. The royalty of 4% is to be paid on resale prices from €3.000 to €50.000; on portion of the price from € 50,000.01 to € 200,000 3% of royalties is to be paid, from € 200,000.01 to € 350,000 droit de suite is 1%, from € 350,000.01 to € 500,000 - 0.5%; above € 500,000.01 - 0.25%. Resale royalties are not subject to VAT.
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