Private collection, The Netherlands
The painting is included in the digital catalogue raisonné, composed by the Netherlands Institute of Art History (Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorische Documentatie, RKD), The Hague
s-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Jan Sluijters, together with Dutch painters Leo Gestel and Piet Mondriaan, belongs to the first generation of ‘modern’ painters in the Netherlands. He received his artistic training at the Amsterdam Art Academy in 1901, and won the renowned Prix de Rome four years later, a prestigious award which supports young artists. Sluijters visited Paris (1904-1907), where he was introduced to the . . .