Cornelis Kruseman

The Prince of Orange changing his Wounded Horse during the Engagement at Boutersem


 

Cornelis Kruseman - The Prince of Orange changing his Wounded Horse during the Engagement at Boutersem



Cornelis Kruseman
The Prince of Orange changing his Wounded Horse during the Engagement at Boutersem
1837 - 1839
31 x 39 cm
Oil on canvas
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam


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RKD 32812
Rijksmuseum Accession number SK-A-2823

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