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Ko Cossaar artwork • painting • previously for sale Girl in a high chair

Cossaar J.C.W.  | Jacobus Cornelis Wyand 'Ko' Cossaar, Girl in a high chair, oil on canvas laid down on panel 44.0 x 42.7 cm, signed l.r.

Ko Cossaar

Girl in a high chair
oil on canvas laid down on panel 44.0 x 42.7 cm, signed l.r.

This painting was previously for sale.

The Amsterdammer Ko Cossaar started his artistic career as a painter of stage décors and also followed evening classes at the Rijksacademie. After receiving two grants from the Willink van Collenfonds in 1901, he lived for a longer period in Paris and London. In Paris he became friends with Kees van Dongen, in London Matthijs Maris introduced him to the art dealer Goupil, where he also exhibited. In 1909 he settled in The Hague. Cossaar drew, watercolored and painted mainly cityscapes and church interiors, but in the period 1928-1933 was also inspired by literary themes. Cossaar was a member of Arti et Amicitiae in Amsterdam and of the Haagse Kunstkring, the Hollandsche Teeken-Maatschappij and Pulchri Studio in The Hague.


Ko Cossaar | A horsecar on Westminster Bridge, London, charcoal and watercolour on paper, 30.3 x 46.8 cm, signed l.r. and dated 1902

Ko Cossaar

watercolour • drawing • for sale

A horsecar on Westminster Bridge, London, 1902

Ko Cossaar | The Thames in the fog, oil on canvas, 51.8 x 76.5 cm, signed l.l.

Ko Cossaar

painting • for sale

The Thames in the fog

Ko Cossaar | The conductor H. v.d. Berg leading a orchestra, drawing on paper, 15.5 x 11.5 cm, signed l.r.

Ko Cossaar

watercolour • drawing • for sale

The conductor H. v.d. Berg leading a orchestra

Ko Cossaar | Winter fun at the Christian Mulo at the Helmstraat, Scheveningen, oil on canvas, 52.3 x 66.2 cm, signed l.r. twice and dated '36

Ko Cossaar

painting • for sale

Winter fun at the Christian Mulo at the Helmstraat, Scheveningen, 1936


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