Purchased print at flea market in amsterdam. I can't read the artist signature. Can you help please
The print was in frame, glass broken, label on back of print says W. KROONDER, KUNSTHANDEL, ENCADREMENTEN, MEUBELEN, 1 VAN SWINDENSTRAAT, 26 - 28 Telef 50671 AMSTERDAM (0) and handwriting 1933. Back of print water damaged, front appearsh ok. The picture is a lady in purple dress with white lace collar sitting at a wooden table with a plum coloured under cloth and white tablecloth. The lady is having lunch, bread, kipper and is feeding a black, grey and white stripey cat a kipper while a german shepherd dog looks on ina wood panelled room and rug on floor.
Nobody can appraise your painting based on a small photo posted online.
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