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Oene Romkes de Jongh artwork • painting • previously for sale Unloading coal-briquettes on a Dutch canal

Jongh O.R. de | Oene Romkes de Jongh, Unloading coal-briquettes on a Dutch canal, oil on canvas 52.5 x 72.0 cm, signed l.l.

Oene Romkes de Jongh

Unloading coal-briquettes on a Dutch canal
oil on canvas 52.5 x 72.0 cm, signed l.l.

This painting was previously for sale.

Provenance: part.bezit Duitsland.

The cityscapes of Oene Romkes de Jongh show all the characteristics of the romantic Dutch cityscape as it took shape in Amsterdam in the 19th century: the accurate elaboration, the lively furnishings and the attention to old, Dutch architecture. Not much is known about the painter himself. He was born in Makkum in 1812 and probably lived and worked in Amsterdam for most of his life. There he was mainly inspired by the work of contemporary Cornelis Springer and his pupil Adrianus Eversen. The painter's oeuvre includes atmospheric city views in summer and winter, including those of Amsterdam and the Zuiderzee harbors, and a few landscapes.


Oene Romkes de Jongh | A town view, oil on canvas, 54.1 x 66.8 cm, signed l.r. and without frame

Oene Romkes de Jongh

painting • for sale

A town view

Oene Romkes de Jongh | View in a Dutch town, oil on canvas, 54.0 x 44.0 cm, signed l.r. and dated 1876

Oene Romkes de Jongh

painting • for sale

View in a Dutch town


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