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Dirk Nijland artwork • painting • previously for sale A landscape near Rhoon

Nijland D.H.  | 'Dirk' Hidde Nijland, A landscape near Rhoon, oil on canvas 45.2 x 60.5 cm, painted circa 1914

Dirk Nijland

A landscape near Rhoon
oil on canvas 45.2 x 60.5 cm, painted circa 1914

This painting was previously for sale.

Provenance: Kunsthandel Nieuwenhuysen Segaar, Den Haag.
Literature: Van Gogh tot Cobra, pag. 205, nr. 102, cat.nr. 160. Dirk Nijland, 1993 - afb. VII, blz. 147. Tableau, 1e jaargang nr. 3. Lit.: Marijo Ariëns-Volker, Dirk Nijland 1881-1955, 1993, p. 56, pl. VII (in kleur).
Exhibited: 'Licht door kleur' Gemeente Museum in Den Haag 1976, nr. 41, Centraal Museum in Utrecht 1980, nr. 160, Kunstgebäude in Stuttgart, Drents Museum in Assen 1993, Gemeentemuseum in Helmond, 1993.

Dirk Nijland was born in 1881 as the son of the art collector Hidde Nijland and grew up in Dordrecht, a city surrounded by water almost on all sides. Nijland liked to paint water, or rather the flat Dutch landscape with its views over ditches and rivers, estuaries and salt marshes. Although his artistic ambitions were encouraged at home and he was allowed to follow the courses he wanted, he developed largely independently as a draftsman and painter. Apart from a number of roughly pointillated paintings from shortly after 1900, a realistic style for his landscapes and still lifes prevailed from the start. In doing so, he sometimes explicitly opted for the modern landscape such as railway yards and transitions, industrial complexes and harbor sides, a theme that he remained faithful to throughout his life.


Dirk Nijland | A view of the Brandaris, Terschelling, watercolour on paper, 57.4 x 92.6 cm, signed l.r. with initials and dated '49

Dirk Nijland

watercolour • drawing • for sale

A view of the Brandaris, Terschelling, 1949


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