Dutch Painting in Favour

Auction house Glerum Auctioneers is holding sales «Painting of the XIX century» September, the 15th. The auction presents works of Dutch painters of the XIX century – Louis Apol, Willem Knip, Jacob Maris, Henriette Ronner-Knip and others.

The most expensive lot of the coming sales is the painting «River in Enkhausen» by famous Dutch landscape Cornelis Springer. Springer was a teacher of many other famous Dutch painters. The canvas was estimated by €120 000–150 000.

The special section of the sales will present city landscapes. One cannot help mentioning works of Jan Korthals, Gerard Johann Stoller. Besides visitors could purchase the picture «View of the Noordeinde» by Floris Artzenius. The lot was estimated by €60 000–80 000.

The auction will also present the work «The Shell-fisher». The author is a representative of the large painting dynasty Barend Cornelis Koekkoek, 1803–1862. Koekkoek corresponds to the constellation of Dutch painters-romantics. In his landscapes he created inimitable nostalgic world.

Also some still-life paintings by Dutch artists of the XIX century – Margaretha Cornelia Roosenboom and Coba Ritsema – will be presented «Still-life with grape and lemons» by Roosenboom was previously estimated by €3000–4000.

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