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Kees van Waningartist • painterDen Haag 1861-1929

biography of Cornelis Anthonij 'Kees' van Waning

The Hague painter of landscapes and marines Kees van Waning experienced an interesting development. He was trained by the rather traditional working painter of cityscapes Carel Behr. Willem Maris, however, advised him to paint outside, a counsel he immediately followed. Together with Evert Akkeringa he moved into a studio in Loosduinen, where Breitner and Willem de Zwart also moved in 1886. His work in that period included mainly dune landscapes and beach scenes. Then, until 1898, he shared a studio at the Spui with Floris Arntzenius. From this period he painted many river views around The Hague, Amsterdam and Rotterdam, which became famous for their skies.


previously for salepaintings by Kees van Waning


Kees van Waning | A view of the IJ Amsterdam, oil on canvas, 80.0 x 110.0 cm, signed l.r.

Kees van Waning

painting • previously for sale

A view of the IJ Amsterdam

Kees van Waning | Activities on the river the Maas, Rotterdam, oil on canvas, 83.3 x 143.6 cm, signed l.r. and dated 1919

Kees van Waning

painting • previously for sale

Activities on the river the Maas, Rotterdam

Kees van Waning | Barges at sea, oil on canvas, 35.3 x 28.1 cm, signed l.r.

Kees van Waning

painting • previously for sale

Barges at sea

Kees van Waning | Seascape, oil on panel, 20.0 x 25.4 cm, signed l.r.

Kees van Waning

painting • previously for sale

Seascape

Kees van Waning | The arrival of the fleet, oil on canvas, 78.0 x 98.0 cm, signed l.r.

Kees van Waning

painting • previously for sale

The arrival of the fleet


for salepaintings by Kees van Waning


Kees van Waning | A view of the 'Wagenbrug' and the 'Wagenstraat' in The Hague, oil on canvas, 51.2 x 61.3 cm, signed l.l.

Kees van Waning

painting • for sale

A view of the 'Wagenbrug' and the 'Wagenstraat' in The Hague


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