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Martin Monnickendam artwork • painting • for sale Lodge in the theater

Martin Monnickendam

Lodge in the theater
oil on canvas 84.0 x 51.5 cm, signed u.l. and dated 1922

This painting is for sale.

Price: € 60,000

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    Provenance: coll. Jan Meijer, Amsterdam.
    Literature: tent.cat., Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum, ‘Eere-tentoonstelling van werken van Martin Monnickendam’, 1924, cat.nr. 44; tent.cat., Amsterdam, Arti et Amicitiae, ‘Martin Monnickendam 1874-1943. Overzichtstentoonstelling’, 1974, pag. 79, cat.nr. 29 (met afb.).
    Exhibited: Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum, ‘Eere-tentoonstelling van werken van Martin Monnickendam’, 23 feb.-10 maart 1924; Amsterdam, Arti et Amicitiae, ‘Martin Monnickendam 1874-1943. Overzichtstentoonstelling’, 10 mei-2 juni 1974.

    After his education at the Amsterdam art academy, Martin Monnickendam worked in Paris from 1895 to 1897. There he took the courage to go his own way. His extremely colourful, explosively painted canvases were mentioned by critics in the same breath as the work of Jan Sluijters. In the 1920s he exhibited in Paris, Stockholm and the United States, often as one of the leading Dutch painters. In addition to man-sized canvases depicting crowds, theatres, concert halls, etc., he also made intimate genre pieces and still lifes. Before that, he regularly traveled to the Veluwe. In 1924 the Stedelijk Museum organized an exhibition of his work.


    Martin Monnickendam | Blick aus einem Fenster, chalk, ink and gouache on paper, 38.3 x 26.3 cm, signed l.r. and dated 1926

    Martin Monnickendam

    watercolour • drawing • for sale

    Blick aus einem Fenster, 1926


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