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Anna Sluijter artwork • painting • for sale Forest

Sluijter J.J.H.  | Johanna Jozina Helena 'Anna' Sluijter | Paintings offered for sale | Forest, oil on canvas 79.1 x 95.5 cm, signed l.r. and painted circa 1914

Anna Sluijter

Forest
oil on canvas 79.1 x 95.5 cm, signed l.r. and painted circa 1914

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Price: € 9,800

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    Literature: tent.cat. Bergen NH, Museum Kranenburgh, 'Vrouwenaanbod. Vrouwen aan bod', 2008, afb. in kleur pag. 36.
    Exhibited: 'De Onafhankelijken', Amsterdam, cat.nr. 684; Bergen NH, Museum Kranenburgh, 'Vrouwenaanbod. Vrouwen aan bod', 16 dec. 2008-5 april 2009; 'Vrouwenpalet', Museum De Wieger, Deurne, 1 juli-11 sept. 2022/Museum Dr8888, Drachten, 20 sept.-20 nov. 2022.

    Relatively little is known about the painter Anna Sluijter. Born in Amsterdam, she lived in Paris for a period and settled in Blaricum in 1917. The abstracted landscapes she submitted for exhibitions of De Onafhankelijken in the 1920s reveal her to be an extremely gifted artist. It is almost certain that she was acquainted with Loe Louber, a younger artist and fellow townswoman originally from Laren. In their work, both artists sought to paint a simplified version of visible reality, concentrating on the surrounding natural landscape. Sluijter's use of colour and of contours to delineate pictorial elements also characterise Louber's work, though Sluijter's work is more lyrical.


    Anna Sluijter | Landscape, Blaricum, oil on canvas, 55.3 x 71.3 cm, signed l.r. and dated ca. 1914

    Anna Sluijter

    painting • for sale

    Landscape, Blaricum, ca. 1914


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