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Marius Bauer artwork • painting • previously for sale Celebration of Martinmas

Bauer M.A.J.  | 'Marius' Alexander Jacques Bauer, Celebration of Martinmas, oil on canvas 59.0 x 46.5 cm, signed l.r. initials and painted ca. 1892-1893

Marius Bauer

Celebration of Martinmas
oil on canvas 59.0 x 46.5 cm, signed l.r. initials and painted ca. 1892-1893

This painting was previously for sale.

Provenance: part. bezit Californië, Verenigde Staten.
Literature: Nelly de Zwaan, 'Nederland uit de kunst: 365 dagen kijken en lezen', Warnsveld 2005, 11 nov. (met verkeerde afb. In kleur).
Exhibited: 'Nachtlicht', Deurne, Museum De Wieger, 18 dec. 2010-6 maart 2011/Amersfoort, Museum Flehite, 12 maart-5 juni 2011.

Marius Bauer came from an art-loving environment and visited the Haagse Academie from 1879 to 1885 together with Breitner, De Zwart and Willem van Konijnenburg. Initially, he was primarily known as an etcher, but after the turn of the century, Bauer developed more and more into a watercolorist and painter. First these were still lifes and scenes from the mundane life, colorful and sketchy portrayed under the influence of the Hague School and French impressionists such as Degas. In 1888 he made a trip to Constantinople. From that time on, the exotic atmosphere of the Near East was a source of inspiration for him.


Marius Bauer | Tea time on the 'Mij. Nederland' heading for the Dutch East Indies, 1931, pencil and watercolour on paper, 14.0 x 19.9 cm, signed l.r. with name stamp

Marius Bauer

watercolour • drawing • for sale

Tea time on the 'Mij. Nederland' heading for the Dutch East Indies, 1931


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