Wheeling sand by Jacob Maris
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Wheeling sand 1888 - 1891

Jacob Maris

CanvasOil paintPaint
40 ⨯ 59 cm
€ 28.000

Simonis & Buunk

  • About the artwork
    Provenance: Coll. Fillietaz Goethart, 1891; coll. J.R.H. Neervoort van de Poll, Rijsenburg (lent to the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam); auction Frederik Muller & Cie., Amsterdam, nov. 1921, lot.nr.18 ; coll. H.E. ten Cate, Almelo, 1955.

    Literature: Theophile de Bock, 'Jacob Maris', Amsterdam 1902/03, pag. 157 (image.); D. Hannema, 'Catalogue of the H.E. ten Cate collection', Rotterdam 1955, cat.nr. 97, afb. 63.

    Exhibition: Amsterdam, Arti et Amicitiae, Tentoonstelling van eenige schilderijen en aquarellen door J. Maris, february 1892, cat.nr. 12; Den Haag, Pulchri Studio, Tentoonstelling Jacob Maris, 1895, cat.nr. 10; Amsterdam, Arti et Amicitiae, Eere-Tentoonstelling Jacob Maris, december 1899, cat.nr. 38; Den Haag, Haags Gemeentemuseum, Maris-tentoonstelling, 1935-1936, cat.nr. 101.

    Jacob Maris was a major painter of the Hague School. More than any other artist he was able to capture the silver grey tones of an overcast Dutch day and combine these with dark browns, ochres and a single daub of colour. He painted chiefly landscapes, cityscapes and beach scenes. Influenced by the Barbizon School, he painted directly from nature. He achieved great success internationally and his work was sold in Scotland and the United States.
  • About the artist

    Jacob Maris was a major painter of the Hague School. More than any other artist he was able to capture the silver grey tones of an overcast Dutch day and combine these with dark browns, ochres and a single daub of colour. He painted chiefly landscapes, cityscapes and beach scenes. Influenced by the Barbizon School, he painted directly from nature.
    He achieved great success internationally and his work was sold in Scotland and the United States.

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