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Pieter Florentius Nicolaas Jacobus ‘Floris’ Arntzenius Soerabaja
Pieter Florentius Nicolaas Jacobus ‘Floris’ Arntzenius <br><br> Soerabaja (Dutch Indies) 1864-1925 The Hague <br> The painter Carl August Breitenstein at work, watercolour and gouache on paper 35.7 x 49.8 cm, signed l.l. <br><br> provenance: collection Carl Breitenstein (1864-1921); heritage Breitenstein. <br><br> Floris Arntzenius trained at the Rijksacademie, Amsterdam, along with Isaac Israels, Willem Witsen and G.H. Breitner, whose impressionist style of painting he hugely admired. After a further year’s study at the art academy in Antwerp, the painter concentrated on making landscapes and city scenes. He only gained real success with his work when he moved to The Hague and began painting spontaneous impressions of the city’s bustling life, preferably in misty or rainy conditions. He painted landscapes, beaches with figures and portraits as well. <br><br> insurance value: € 15,000.- <br><br> <b> starting bid: € 7,000.- Fischer's Auction
Salomon Garf Amsterdam 1879-1943 Auschwitz (Poland) Morning on the beach
Salomon Garf Amsterdam 1879-1943 Auschwitz (Poland) Morning on the beach oil on painter’s board 27.8 x 38 cm signed lower right Annotatie: inscribed on the reverse: ‘Ochtend aan het strand, S. Garf’ Provenance: collection J. Sluiter. Salomon Garf enjoyed a solid art training at the Amsterdam Academy under the professors Allebé, Dake and Van der Waay before settling in Blaricum in 1903. His typical Laren genre scenes, figurative works and portraits sold well in the Larense Kunsthandel, the local gallery. He painted still lifes purely for his own pleasure and these clearly show his immense artistic talent, as do his fashionable portraits and figure pieces. insurance value: € 12,500.- starting bid: € 6,800.- Fischer's Auction
Hermanus Willem Koekkoek Amsterdam 1867-1929
Hermanus Willem Koekkoek <br><br> Amsterdam 1867-1929 <br> Guarding the fort, oil on panel 24.9 x 16.2 cm, signed l.l. with initials <br><br> A pupil of his father, Willem Koekkoek, until 1901 Hermanus Willem worked mainly in Amsterdam and then spent 20 years in London, where he had previously lived from 1887 to 1891. Best known as a painter of military engagements, many of his paintings depict battle scenes from the French-German war (1870-1871) based on his own solid historical research. However, from correspondence with one of his London dealers, it seems Hermanus Willem’s choice of subject matter was more varied than is nowadays assumed. Along with military scenes, he also painted impressionist landscapes, cityscapes and even the occasional still life. Exhibition lists from his Dutch galleries also give the same impression of a surprisingly versatile painter. <br><br> insurance value: € 6,500.- <br><br> <b> starting bid: € 2,500.- Fischer's Auction
Jacobus Hendricus Mattheus ‘Dom Jacques’ van der Meij Amsterdam
Jacobus Hendricus Mattheus ‘Dom Jacques’ van der Meij <br><br> Amsterdam 1888-1969 Oosterhout <br> A little street in Aywaille, Belgium, oil on canvas 62.3 x 77 cm, signed l.l. and dated ‘41 <br><br> annotation: l.l.: ‘esquisse’. <br><br> insurance value: € 3,500.- <br><br> <b> starting bid: € 1,400.- Fischer's Auction
Johannes Frederik Hulk sr. Amsterdam 1829-1911 Haarlem A Dutch town
Johannes Frederik Hulk sr. Amsterdam 1829-1911 Haarlem A Dutch town view with a drawbridge oil on panel 45.9 x 35.7 cm signed lower left A member of the famous nineteenth-century family of artists, J.F. Hulk Sr concentrated mostly on painting town and village street scenes and marine views. He was taught by his brother Abraham (1813 – 1897) and Kaspar Karsen (1810 – 1896), and also attended the Rijksacademie in Amsterdam. Among his own pupils were his son John (1855 – 1913) and J.B. de Hoog. A member of the artists' society Arti et Amicitae, between the years 1854 and 1903 Hulk regularly showed his work at exhibitions. From 1855 to 1882 he also ran a shop in Amsterdam selling drawing, painting and office supplies, and where he also had a photography studio called 'De Rembrandt'. Hulk was one of the first to photograph Amsterdam. insurance value: € 14,000.- starting bid: € 6,500.- Fischer's Auction
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