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Anthonie Pieter Schotel artwork • painting • previously for saleA boat entering harbour

Schotel A.P.  | Anthonie Pieter Schotel, A boat entering harbour, oil on panel 17.9 x 25.1 cm, signed l.r. and dated '19

Anthonie Pieter Schotel

A boat entering harbour
oil on panel 17.9 x 25.1 cm, signed l.r. and dated '19

This framed painting was previously for sale.

The Dordrecht painter Anthonie Pieter Schotel painted cityscapes and still lifes, but his great love was painting water and ships. It was the Zuiderzee, with its departing fishing boats and the intimate tranquility of the water at falling evening, he was most attracted to. After the construction of the Afsluitdijk, he also worked in Zeeland and Rotterdam. His water views are preferably set up in delicate, gray tones as if softened with filtered light. In 1923, 1924 and 1936 he traveled to France, particularly to Normandy, Brittany and the Riviera, but also to Paris, where colourful cityscapes came about.


Anthonie Pieter Schotel | Anniversary couple, watercolour on paper, 28.7 x 25.4 cm, signed l.r. and dated '21

Anthonie Pieter Schotel

watercolour • drawing • for sale

Anniversary couple, 1921

Anthonie Pieter Schotel | Fishing boat entering the harbour of Volendam, oil on canvas, 80.7 x 100.4 cm, signed l.l.

Anthonie Pieter Schotel

painting • for sale

Fishing boat entering the harbour of Volendam

Anthonie Pieter Schotel | Porte Saint-Denis in Paris, oil on canvas, 57.0 x 47.0 cm, signed l.r. and dated '24

Anthonie Pieter Schotel

painting • for sale

Porte Saint-Denis in Paris, 1924

Anthonie Pieter Schotel | Sculpture exhibition on the Frederiksplein in Amsterdam, 1951, oil on canvas, 59.8 x 70.2 cm, signed l.l. and painted in 1951

Anthonie Pieter Schotel

painting • for sale

Sculpture exhibition on the Frederiksplein in Amsterdam, 1951, 1951

Anthonie Pieter Schotel | The Leidseplein, Amsterdam, seen from 'Extase', oil on canvas, 60.2 x 70.5 cm, signed l.r.

Anthonie Pieter Schotel

painting • for sale

The Leidseplein, Amsterdam, seen from 'Extase'


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