Frédéric de Haenen (1853-1928) was a Dutch painter who became known for his illustrations for the French magazine L'Illustration. He lived in Paris and London, where he was an Africa correspondent for The Graphic magazine.
This watercolor is depicted in the L'Illustration of October 26, 1901 and shows a scene from the novel Ma Sœur Zabette. The novel was written by Claude Lemaitre, pseudonym for madame Élise Marie Chigot. De Haenen completed this watercolor on 11 July 1901
Signed: F. de Haenen, July 1901, 18 x 26 cm.
Including frame and L'Illustration supplement containing the reproduction.
Considering its age in good condition (see photographs for your own impression).
The artwork can be picked up in Haarlem or will be shipped well-packaged and insured to your address.
- Frédéric de Haenen (1853-1928)
- Titre de l'oeuvre d'art
- Ma Soeur Zabette
- Signé à la main
- Bon état
- Dimensions totales
- 24×33×1 cm