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Petrus Johannes Schotel (1808 - 1865) - Een driemaster en een zeilloggertje in een woelige zee - very large work

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Oil on canvas - signed - very large painting

Technique: Oil on canvas
Year: 19th century
Edition: Original
Condition: In very good condition
Title of artwork: Hollandsche driemaster op ruige zee
Signature: Signed
Artist: Petrus Johanes Schotel
Sold with frame: Yes
Total dimensions (in cm): 100x75 cm
Picture size (in cm): 100x75 cm

Top Painting by Petrus Johannes (Jan) Schotel
(Dordrecht, 11 November 1808 – 23 July 1865).

P.J. Schotel was born in Dordrecht as the son of the famous naval painter Johannes Christiaan Schotel. It was clear that he had the same talent as his father.
In all kinds of museums in The Netherlands work by him can be found, especially the RIJKSMUSEUM IN AMSTERDAM
Dordrechts Museum Boymans - van Beuningen Rotterdam

Depiction: Dutch Three master at sea in rough weather
Oil on canvas
Dimensions canvas: 100 x 75 cm.
Signed bottom left P.J. Schotel.

Collection or delivery is a plus (delivery at cost).
His father was also his teacher. The early paintings by Jan were less bright and above all much more dramatic. The brown and grey tones dominate. Travels to France in 1827/28 and in 1829 made it so that his paintings got a warmer character. In 1830 Jan started work as a drawing instructor for the Royal Naval Institute in Medemblik. Jan was an expert when it came to the technical and historical details of the ships.

Jan was a strong follower of the classic Hollandse school. In all kinds of museums in The Netherlands works by him can be found, especially ship portraits and seascapes In this time Jan married to Marie Victoire De Veye. The children of the couple inherited the talents of their parents. Daughter Petronella Elisabeth Schotel (1834-1917) also became a painter. In 1850 he left the service in Medemblik and settles in Kampen for a few years, after which he moved to Düsseldorf in 1860, an artists ' centre of that time.

In 1860 Jan Schotel moved to Dresden five years later, and died there in 1865.

The Centraal Museum Utrecht, Museum Boymans - van Beuningen Rotterdam and the Rijksprentenkabinet in Amsterdam.

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