Ink wash and watercolour on paper - signed
|Titolo dell'opera:||Molen in landschap|
|Tecnica:||Acquerello, Disegno a inchiostro|
|Condizioni:||In buone condizioni|
Here, I offer a beautiful drawing by Johannes Bosboom. The work is a good example of the earlier period of Bosboom when he had not yet devoted himself to Church Interiors.
Dimensions 30 x 23 cm. (excl. frame) in beautiful ornamental frame with museum glass.
(The Hague, 18 February 1817 - 14 September 1891) was a Dutch painter and watercolourist, who was renowned for his church interiors.
His tutors were Bart van Hove and Wijnand Nuijen. Between 1831 and 1835 he attended the Haagsche Teekenacademie and from 1839 to 1840 he did so again.
In 1835 he made a trip to Germany and met Keulen and Koblenz, together with Salomon Leonardus Verveer. In 1837 he visited Antwerp and in 1838 he crossed into France, where he visited Rouen and Paris, now in the company of Cornelis Kruseman.
On the 3rd of April 1851 he married the writer Geertruida Bosboom-Toussaint.
Bosboom was a member of the Pulchri Studio, the Society Arti Sacrum (Rotterdam) and the Hollandsche Teekenmaatschappij (The Hague). He was teacher of Marie Bilders-van Bosse and Willem Frederik de Haas (1830-1880). He was followed by Jos Laurenty and influenced Johan Paul Constantinus Grolman. In 1855 he was appointed an honorary member of the Société Royale Belge des Aquarellistes in Brussels, followed in 1856 by an appointment as Knight in the Order of Leopold.
Bosboom was a forerunner of the Hague School. The masterful way in which he integrated Impressionist light in his church interiors, made him one of the most important European painters in this genre.
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