The Netherlands, linen on stick, in good condition, size: 70 cm x 105 cm.
M.A. Koekkoek made watercolours for series of school posters that once were used in the Netherlands.
Here: "Australia" from the series "animals and their environment", first published by J B Wolters in Groningen (1910-1920?). A wonderful school poster with brilliant details of unusual animals. Please view the photos.
About M.A. Koekkoek:
As free artist Koekkoek painted impressionist landscapes with birds and poultry.
Since 1 January 1918, Koekkoek worked as a scientific illustrator in Leiden, where he worked for twenty years. Between 1922 and 1935, he created 407 illustrations for the book Ornithologia Neerlandica, better known as De Vogels van Nederland by Eduard Daniël van Oort.. These illustrations were copied in The Handbook of British Birds of Henry Forbes Witherby.
This school poster is in good condition, is rollable and sent is insured with Track & trace.
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