File:Leo Gestel Vluchtende Belgen 1914.jpg

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English: Vluchtende Belgen (Belgians fleeing), signed 'Leo Gestel' (lower right), dated '1914', and inscribed with title; black chalk and watercolour on paper; 31 x 48 cm
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Source Christie's, LotFinder: entry 2073214
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