Wilhelmina Cornelia Drupsteen (Amsterdam 1880 – Oosterbeek 1966) was a Dutch graphic designer, painter, draftsman and art teacher. She was best known for her graphic work for the women's rights movement. She was involved in the 'Vereeniging voor Vrouwenkiesrecht'. Drupsteen left behind only a small oeuvre of paintings, many of which are in museum collections such as the Kröller Müller in Otterlo and Het Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.
The painting (100x70cm) is in good condition. The work has been relined with wax. There are some retouches in the background, these are not disturbing. Frame is in very good condition.
Her large paintings rarely come on the market. This work is listed in the RKD database. A true museum piece!