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Herman Heijenbrock artwork • watercolour • drawing • for saleDying the cloth

Heijenbrock J.C.H.  | Johan Coenraad Hermann 'Herman' Heijenbrock | Watercolours and drawings offered for sale | Dying the cloth, pastel on paper 47.5 x 31.8 cm, signed l.l.

Herman Heijenbrock

Dying the cloth
pastel on paper 47.5 x 31.8 cm, signed l.l.

This work on paper is for sale.

Price: 3,000

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Heijenbrock is sometimes called the 'painter of iron and fire'. Initially he was a journalist / draftsman. After traveling to the Belgian Borinage in 1898, he started painting the working man in a world of technology and machines. He found his motives in mines, factories, harbors and iron smelters. He chose not to display the desolate life of the workers, but the heroism of their work, coming from a holy belief in the progress that technology would bring to man. The invention and application of artificial light fascinated him as a special achievement of technology.


Herman Heijenbrock | A shipyard, pastel on paper, 62.4 x 92.4 cm, signed l.r.

Herman Heijenbrock

watercolour • drawing • for sale

A shipyard

Herman Heijenbrock | At the iron foundry, pastel on paper, 33.1 x 47.6 cm, signed l.r.

Herman Heijenbrock

watercolour • drawing • for sale

At the iron foundry

Herman Heijenbrock | Nude study of a man, pencil on paper, 21.2 x 10.9 cm

Herman Heijenbrock

watercolour • drawing • for sale

Nude study of a man

Herman Heijenbrock | The Kalverstraat with flags, by night, pastel on paper, 61.0 x 39.3 cm, signed l.l.

Herman Heijenbrock

watercolour • drawing • for sale

The Kalverstraat with flags, by night

Herman Heijenbrock | The fire, Scheveningen, charcoal and watercolour on paper, 20.4 x 24.7 cm, signed u.r.

Herman Heijenbrock

watercolour • drawing • for sale

The fire, Scheveningen


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