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Marinus Johannes Drulman Amsterdam 1912-1977 Rotterdam Shipping
Marinus Johannes Drulman Amsterdam 1912-1977 Rotterdam Shipping on the Nieuwe Maas, Rotterdam oil on canvas 60.3 x 100.8 cm signed lower right with pseudonym ‘M. de Jongere’ M.J. Drulman, who often used the pseudonym M. de Jongere, is widely known as the painter of Rotterdam's port life. Throughout the forty years that Drulman lived and worked in the city along the Meuse, the busy shipping traffic on the Nieuwe Waterweg and the ever-expanding harbours provided a continuous source of inspiration. His deft, impressionistic brush strokes heighten the vibrancy of his compositions. Drulman also painted landscapes, still lifes and portraits, but these are less well-known. insurance value: € 4,200.- starting bid: € 2,400.- Fischer's Auction
Jules Benoit-Levy Paris 1866-after 1925 Interior with Volendam women
Jules Benoit-Levy Paris 1866-after 1925 Interior with Volendam women oil on canvas 53.2 x 69.9 cm signed lower right Exhibited: Enkhuizen, Zuiderzeemuseum, ‘Volendam, kunstenaarsdorp. Het erfgoed van Hotel Spaander’, 26 November 2009-2 May 2010; Hoorn, Westfries Museum, ‘La Hollande Pittoresque’, 14 July-11 November 2012. In the years around 1900, many foreign painters came to visit Volendam, which evolved into a veritable artists' colony. They were drawn by the colourful traditional costumes of the inhabitants, their strange customs, the nearby flower bulb fields and the beaches with fishing boats. Among these artists was Jules Benoit-Levy. A painter who lived and worked in Paris for most of his life, he is known to have visited Volendam in 1900 and 1901 at least. He was trained by the French painter Jules Lefèbre and made a name for himself as a genre and marine painter, and for his pictures of Volendam domestic interiors and fishermen. insurance value: € 3,000.- starting bid: € 1,200.- Fischer's Auction
Wijtze Gerrit Carel ‘Wim’ Schuhmacher Amsterdam 1894-1986
Wijtze Gerrit Carel ‘Wim’ Schuhmacher <br><br> Amsterdam 1894-1986 <br> Ginger jar with violets, oil on canvas 34.5 x 40.3 cm, signed l.r. and dated 1914 <br><br> provenance: coll. Otto M. de Vaal, Amsterdam <br><br> literature: Jan van Geest, ‘Wim Schuhmacher. De Meester van het Grijs’, Arnhem 1991, pag. 205, nr. 24 (met afb.). <br><br> Wim Schuhmacher was trained as a house painter, and served as assistant to interior decorating artist C.A. Lion Cachet in Amsterdam from 1911 to 1913. After that time, he learned to master free painting through evening classes and self-study. According to Schuhmacher himself, in his early years he was most influenced by Breitner, Toorop and Van Gogh. As a young painter in Amsterdam, however, he had plenty of opportunity to become acquainted with the luminism of Leo Gestel and Jan Sluijters which, just like the work of the neo-impressionists, the Parisian cubists and German expressionists, was on display at the exhibitions run in the capital by the groups De Moderne Kunstkring and De Onafhankelijken. <br><br> insurance value: € 28,000.- <br><br> <b> starting bid: € 14,000.- Fischer's Auction
Johanna Catharina 'Maria' van Nieuwenhoven-Stempels Dordrecht 1884-1940
Johanna Catharina 'Maria' van Nieuwenhoven-Stempels Dordrecht 1884-1940 Laren (Noord-Holland) A flower still life oil on canvas 56 x 46 cm signed upper right Though her oeuvre consists mainly of impressionistic flower still lifes, this painter also produced figural representations and other kinds of still lifes. Maria van Nieuwenhoven-Stempels trained at the Academie van Beeldende Kunsten in Rotterdam. Additional teachers included Willem van Nieuwenhoven, who she married in 1907. In 1910 the couple settled in Laren (Noord-Holland), where they would remain for the rest of their lives. insurance value: € 7,500.- starting bid: € 3,500.- Fischer's Auction
‘Paul’ Jan van der Ven Amsterdam 1892-1972 Bloemendaal A little
‘Paul’ Jan van der Ven Amsterdam 1892-1972 Bloemendaal A little corner in the garden oil on canvas 45.3 x 65.3 cm signed lower left Paul van der Ven took a course from the Kunstoefening society in Arnhem to become a drawing instructor and subsequently evolved as an artist on his own. His oeuvre mainly comprises cityscapes and landscapes with an emphasis on capturing the seasons and play of light. One could call him a mood painter. He combined this impressionistic approach to his subject with a realistic painting style related to the New Objectivist movement, which at times produces a weird and wonderful contrast. insurance value: € 4,000.- starting bid: € 1,800.- Fischer's Auction
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