A view of the Damrak with the St.-Nicolaaskerk by Jack Hamel
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A view of the Damrak with the St.-Nicolaaskerk 1931

Jack Hamel

CanvasOil paintPaint
50 ⨯ 60 cm
€ 16.000

Simonis & Buunk

  • About the artwork
    Carole Denninger, 'Amsterdam – 365 stadsgezichten’, Bussum 2008, nr. 123 (colour image).

  • About the artist

    Jack Hamel was a dynamic artist who painted all over the world. During his trips to Corsica, Italy and Indonesia, he became influenced by the bright colour of the light.
    He painted cities and ports, nudes and portraits.
    When he wasn't working, he stayed in Amsterdam, Zandvoort, Apeldoorn and Laren. He was a pupil at the Haagse Academie. His father Willem Hamel (1860-1924) was a well known animal painter from the Hague School.

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