A view of the town hall of Nijmegen by Jacques François Joseph Carabain
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Jacques François Joseph Carabain

A view of the town hall of Nijmegen 1885

CanvasPaintOil paint
110 ⨯ 77 cm
€ 100.000

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Provenance: Private collection France

Amsterdam born Jacques François Joseph Carabain painted romantic city and village scenes, landscapes and river views. He trained at the Amsterdam Academy of Art, where one of his teachers was the figure and history painter Valentijn Bing. This can be traced in the way in which he placed figures in his paintings with great care and which are rendered with attention to detail. Carabain enjoyed travelling, visiting Italy, France, Austria and Germany on several occasions and painting coastal views of Italy and the South of France. Around 1880 he settled in Brussels, where he lived and worked until his death.

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Amsterdam born Jacques François Joseph Carabain painted romantic city and village scenes, landscapes and river views. He trained at the Amsterdam Academy of Art, where one of his teachers was the figure and history painter Valentijn Bing. This can be traced in the way in which he placed figures in his paintings with great care and which are rendered with attention to detail. Carabain enjoyed travelling, visiting Italy, France, Austria and Germany on several occasions and painting coastal views of Italy and the South of France. Around 1880 he settled in Brussels, where he lived and worked until his death.