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Ferdinand Hart Nibbrig artwork • painting • previously for sale A View of 'De Eng', Blaricum

Hart Nibbrig F.  | Ferdinand Hart Nibbrig, A View of 'De Eng', Blaricum, oil on canvas 60.2 x 90.7 cm, signed l.r. and dated 1902

Ferdinand Hart Nibbrig

A View of 'De Eng', Blaricum
oil on canvas 60.2 x 90.7 cm, signed l.r. and dated 1902

This painting was previously for sale.

Literature: Dominique Colen, Denise Willemstein, 'Ferdinand Hart Nibbrig 1866-1915', Zwolle/Laren 1996, pag. 126; Nelly de Zwaan, 'Nederland uit de kunst: 365 dagen kijken en lezen', Warnsveld 2005, 3 juli (met afb. in kleur); Marthy Locht, 'Schilders in het land van Mauve' 2006, afb. in kleur pag. 53; Cees Kamerbeek, Jarmila Kamerbeek, Marjan de Man, Onno Maurer, 'Jongkind tot Van der Leck: de passie van een collectioneur. Collectie Kamerbeek', Amersfoort 2007, pag. 158, 53 (met afb. in kleur pag. 159).

Ferdinand Hart Nibbrig’s artistic career began conventionally with a period of training at the Amsterdam Rijksakademie. During a subsequent stay in Paris (1888-1889), he became acquainted with the Neo-Impressionism of Lucien and Camille Pissarro, which made a profound impact on him. From 1895 on, the artist began painting in this style himself, without, however, the strictly prescribed colour use to which French Pointillism adhered. Hart Nibbrig wanted to use touches of colour to create the sparkle of sunlight. For this he sometimes chose very fine dots, at other times more spontaneously applied brushstrokes combined with colour smudges and outlines.

Ferdinand Hart Nibbrig | Bulbfields in Bennebroek, oil on canvas, 51.1 x 71.3 cm, signed l.r.

Ferdinand Hart Nibbrig

painting • for sale

Bulbfields in Bennebroek

Ferdinand Hart Nibbrig | Gleaner working the field, oil on canvas, 39.2 x 60.4 cm

Ferdinand Hart Nibbrig

painting • for sale

Gleaner working the field

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