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Carel Jozeph Grips artwork • painting • previously for saleLearning to make lace

Grips C.J.  | Carel Jozeph Grips, Learning to make lace, oil on panel 28.6 x 35.1 cm, signed l.r. and dated 1861
Grips C.J.  | Carel Jozeph Grips, Learning to make lace, oil on panel 28.6 x 35.1 cm, signed l.r. and dated 1861

Carel Jozeph Grips

Learning to make lace
oil on panel 28.6 x 35.1 cm, signed l.r. and dated 1861

This framed painting was previously for sale.

Provenance: part. bezit Duitsland.
Exhibited: Norddeutsche Cyclus Kunstvereinen (NDCKV), [jaar onbekend], cat.nr. 57.

After completing his training at the art academy in Antwerp, Charles Grips (as he called himself) mainly focused on painting interiors, usually featuring one or several women absorbed in domestic tasks. The clear light and skilful use of perspective to render space imbue his scenes with a tranquil serenity evocative of the intimate interiors of seventeenth-century genre painters such as Pieter de Hooch. Grips furnished his scenes with household objects and expensive decorative items, an element that became increasingly prominent in his pictures from the 1880s onwards.


Carel Jozeph Grips | Mending the garments, oil on panel, 36.0 x 29.3 cm, signed l.r. and dated 1864

Carel Jozeph Grips

painting • for sale

Mending the garments, 1864


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