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Willy Sluiter (1873-1949)

Jan Willem (Willy) Sluiter (Amersfoort, May 24 1873 - Den Haag, May 22 1949).

Willy Sluiter - high tide in Zwijndrecht, Holland December 1995 - pen and ink on paper - 11x16cm.

Willy Sluiter sketched the high tide which flooded the street on which they lived; this was sketched a year after he finished art school and had moved to Scheveningen. I suppose he was visiting his father, who lived next to the dock on Veerplein in Zwijndrecht. The ferry boat skippers would carry people to the ship.

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