Geitenhoedster by Willem van Konijnenburg
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Willem van Konijnenburg

Geitenhoedster 1905

CanvasPaintOil paint
111 ⨯ 90 cm
€ 6.900

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About the artwork

111 x 90 cm.
Signed ‘WvK1905’
Provenance: Private collection, Den Dolder, the Netherlands
Exhibited: Den Haag 1907a; Rotterdam 1907b, nr. 3
Literature: M. Rijnders; Willem van Konijnenburg: Leonardo van de Lage landen, Zwolle 2008, nr. 37, p. 302; p. 

About the Artist

Willem van Konijnenburg was born in The Hague on the 11th of February in 1868.

He was a Dutch painter, water-colorist, illustrator, grapher, and etcher.
He was educated at the Academy of Arts in The Hague.

After his education he worked in Maastricht, Limburg, Scheveningen and even Paris.
He was the pupil of Arnoud Gerkens, Eduard Kerling, and Johan Philip Koelman. But his primary lessons in art were given by Willem's mother.

Van Konijnenburg died in The Hague on the 28th of February in 1943.