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John Rädecker (1885 - 1956)

Lot 5545: [Drawings] Portrait of another Woman

Amsterdam Book Auctions

April 3, 2018
Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Description

Portrait of another woman. Chalk on paper. Signed J.R in pencil in the lower right. Small stain in the lower left. Framed, 32 x 42 cms. Provenance: Sothebys 1991.

Artist or Maker

John Raedecker (1885-1965)

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