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Lot 20: Lodewijk Karel Bruckman: (1913 - 1980) oil on linen

Est: $5,000 USD - $8,000 USDPassed
Outer Cape Art AuctionsJanuary 01, 2011Provincetown, MA, US

Item Overview


Artist: Bruckman, Lodewijk Karel (1913 - 1980) Title: The Apple of Eve Medium: oil on linen Size (H x W): 16 x 20 Signature: sll and verso Frame Size (H x W): 18 x 22 Frame Style: silver gilt Notes: dated 1962, titled verso Provenance: from the Ciro and Patti Cozzi Art Collection. Condition: very good but needs reframing About the Artist: (1913 - 1980) Studied at Royal Acad. Art, The Hague. Exhibited at Raymond Agler Fine Arts Gallery, Gloucester, Cooley Gallery, t., Scott & Fowles Gal, NYC (1948, Boston Arts Festival, (1953, 1957, both prize winners), Cape Cod Mus. Art, PAAM. Works at MoMA, PAAM, Cape Mus. Art, Dennis and elsewhere. Provincetown artist, opened up Royal Dutch Art Gallery, 1953 in Provincetown in summers. Winters spent in Florida, Cuba and Mexico. Listed under Provincetown Painters and Who was Who in American Art, 1975 edition.

Artist or Maker

Condition Report

very good but needs reframing

Payment & Shipping


Accepted forms of payment: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Money Order / Cashiers Check, Paypal, Personal Check, Visa, Wire Transfer

Auction Details

New Years Day Auction of Fine Art from Provncetown and Beyond

Outer Cape Art Auctions
January 01, 2011, 04:00 PM EST

100 Alden St, Provincetown, MA, 02657, US


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Shipping Terms

Massachusetts 6.25% sales tax

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Thanks, Terry Catalano, Ma. Auctioneer #2539