Veith den Veedelaar by Ferdinand Hart Nibbrig
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Veith den Veedelaar 1910 - 1912

Ferdinand Hart Nibbrig

CanvasOil paintPaint
100 ⨯ 100 cm
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Laren (Singer Museum), 1996 “Ferdinand Haer Nibbrig’.

Domburg (Toorops Tentoonstellingsgebouw), 1912 “Tentoonstelling van schilderijen”, juli-august.


Dominique Colen, Denise Willemstein,

Ferdinand Hart Nibbrig 1866-1915, pag.31

1996; Ineke Spaander en Paul van der Velde,

Reunie op het Duin, Mondriaan en tijdgenoten in Zeeland,

1994, p. 135 (photo)


Amsterdam, Frederik Muller & Co, 1916

Private collection, The Netherlands.

About the Artist - 4 more artworks

Ferdinand Hart Nibbrig’s artistic career began conventionally with a period of training at the Amsterdam Rijksakademie. During a subsequent stay in Paris (1888-1889), he became acquainted with the Neo-Impressionism of Lucien and Camille Pissarro, which made a profound impact on him. From 1895 on, the artist began painting in this style himself, without, however, the strictly prescribed colour use to which French Pointillism adhered. Hart Nibbrig wanted to use touches of colour to create the sparkle of sunlight. For this he sometimes chose very fine dots, at other times more spontaneously applied brushstrokes combined with colour smudges and outlines.
He died at Laren (Noord Holland, The Netherlands)