Wolf Kahn (1927)
Closed Cabin on Martin’s Point ME, signed 'W Kahn' (lower centre), pastel on paper, 33,5x27 cm
Executed between 1994-98. Provenance:
Acquired from Thomas Segal Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland (inv. no. 21426), by the previous owner.
Anon. sale, Venduehuis The Hague, 15 November 2017, lot 254, where acquired by the present owner.
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