Chris Lanooy artwork • watercolour • drawing • previously for sale Three fish
St. Annaland 1881-1948 Epe
watercolour on paper 19.9 x 25.1 cm, signed right of the centre
This work on paper was previously for sale.
Chris Lanooy was a ceramist, glass artist and painter and an exponent of the fin-de-siècle Art Nouveau movement that sought a renewal of the visual and decorative arts. After completing his training at the art academy in The Hague, Lanooy specialised in painting still lifes, working at the potteries in Rozenburg and Gouda, amongst others. He also designed 'unica' (one-off) glass works at Leerdam and damask patterns for the Van Dissel and Visser mills. Sea creatures, plants and butterflies are dominant motifs in his paintings.