326. David Bles
(The Hague 1821 – 1899)
a) Ferdinand Huyck — Chapter Thirty-seven — Arriving at the bedstead, Helding put up the cover, and showing his daughter's soulless features to Lodewijk, said: "Behold your victim!"
Ink, watercolor and gouache on paper, 32 x 24.5 cm (measured within passe-partout)
b) Ferdinand Huyck – Thirty-seventh Chapter – Two bodies lay stretched out on the bare sand: one was Sander's: he lay on his back: the color of death was spread on his face, and his blood, which was pouring from a wound on the head flowed, formed a red puddle on the barren ground. Across him lay Lodewjk Blaek, face to face in the sand and a pistol beside him, on the ground.
Signed and dated 88 lr
Ink, watercolor and gouache on paper, 34.5 x 25 cm (measured within passe-partout)