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Brussels Dock by P. Volckaert
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COLOR gray/multi; frame, gold
CONDITION Excellent
DIMENSIONS 27" L x 23" H
ERA Vintage: 1910-1950
MADE OF oil on canvas; frame, wood
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 12 - Jul 17
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Why we love this
Oil on board painting of a small dock in Brussels by Piet Volckaert (Belgian 1901-1973). Volckaert studied at the Academy of Saint-Gilles under Francois Gaillard. He drew his inspiration from the Brussels landmarks. Nicknamed "the Brussels Utrillo." He exhibited extensively in Brussels, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, and Paris. This oil on board dates from the 1950s and is housed in its original frame. Signed lower right.
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