Geo Poggenbeek artwork • watercolour • drawing • previously for sale Milk-maid in a landscape
Milk-maid in a landscape
watercolour on paper 21.6 x 44.3 cm, signed l.r.
This work on paper was previously for sale.
Geo Poggenbeek belongs to the late flowering of the Hague School. He depicted the Dutch landscape, in paintings and watercolours, in a dreamy tone reminiscent of Willem Maris and Anton Mauve. In his time Poggenbeek was very successful with his atmospheric representations of the Dutch landscape - often intimate places with cows or ducks on the ditch side, under the shelter of a grove. During the period that he lived with his painter's friend Nicolaas Bastert in Breukelen (1881-1887), he painted many riverscapes along the river Vecht. He was a teacher of J.F.C. Scherrewitz.