Etching - Romantic school - Rotterdam
|Condition:||In very good condition|
|Title of artwork:||Ruïne in een weiland - 1790|
|Artist:||Gerard van Nijmegen (1735 - 1808)|
|Sold with frame:||No|
|Total dimensions (in cm):||21,50 x 16,50 inclusief marges|
|Picture size (in cm):||19,80 x 15 cm op plaatrand|
Very nice print with full plate frame and good margins on hand laid paper.
There is a ruin in a meadow with on the right a separate part that was a former building. In the foreground there are three cows in the pasture.
From a series of six landscapes.
Gerard van Nijmegen (Rotterdam, 18 November 1735 - Newbury, 29 April 1808)
Dutch painter, etcher and illustrator. He worked in the style of romanticism.
Son of painter Dionys van Nijmegen. He focused on dramatic scenery and forest views, in an early-romantic style, with much emphasis on atmosphere. Also characteristic are his impressive skies, inspired by 17th century painters such as Jacob van Ruisdael. He often chose non-Dutch mountainous regions, with waterfalls and wild trees. The inspiration for that was borrowed from two trips along the Rhine, which he did with his wife Susanna Catharina Nijgh, who also was a painter. He also worked on the Veluwe a lot. His work was admired by Barend Cornelis Koekkoek. He was considered as his predecessor.
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|Member since:||March 29, 2014|
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