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David Artz artwork • watercolour • drawing • previously for saleDinner-time

Artz D.A.C.  | David Adolphe Constant Artz, Dinner-time, watercolour on paper 52.4 x 35.4 cm, signed l.l.

David Artz

Dinner-time
watercolour on paper 52.4 x 35.4 cm, signed l.l.

This work on paper was previously for sale.

Literature: Tiny de Liefde-van Brakel, 'Tussen Katwijk en Parijs. David Adolphe Artz 1837-1890', Leiden 2001, pag. 79, afb.nr. 67
Exhibited: Katwijk, Katwijks Museum, 'Tussen Katwijk en Parijs. David Adolphe Artz 1837-1890', 7 juli-6 okt. 2001

The Hague School painter D.A.C. Artz was already famous in his time for his beautiful, sensitively painted representations of fisherman's life in Scheveningen. In his choice for this genre he was strongly influenced by Jozef Israels, with whom he had made friends as a young painter. In stylistic terms, however, he was not a follower of Israels. His way of painting is less atmospheric, much sharper in drawing and much more precise in detailing.


David Artz | Fisher girl knitting in the doorway, watercolour on paper, 53.8 x 36.0 cm, signed u.r.

David Artz

watercolour • drawing • for sale

Fisher girl knitting in the doorway


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