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Cornelis VREEDENBURGH (1880 - 1946) - View of Montebaanstoren in Amsterdam
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Ref : 92762
45 000 €
Period :
20th century
Artist :
Cornelis VREEDENBURGH (1880 woerden – Laren 1946)
Provenance :
Netherlands
Medium :
Oil on canvas
Dimensions :
L. 55.12 inch X l. 43.31 inch
Paintings & Drawings  - Cornelis VREEDENBURGH (1880 - 1946) - View of Montebaanstoren in Amsterdam 20th century - Cornelis VREEDENBURGH (1880 - 1946) - View of Montebaanstoren in Amsterdam  - Cornelis VREEDENBURGH (1880 - 1946) - View of Montebaanstoren in Amsterdam Antiquités - Cornelis VREEDENBURGH (1880 - 1946) - View of Montebaanstoren in Amsterdam
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Cornelis VREEDENBURGH (1880 - 1946) - View of Montebaanstoren in Amsterdam

Oil on canvas signed and dated by Cornelis VREEDENBURGH (1880 woerden - Laren 1946) and dated 1920, depicting a view of Montebaanstoren in Amsterdam.

Signed and dated 1920

Dimensions without frame: Length: 120 cm Width: 90.5 cm
Dimensions with frame: Length: 140cm Width: 110cm

Self-taught painter born in Woerden in the Netherlands, he received a Royal scholarship in 1904 which allowed him to devote himself entirely to painting.

His assertive style, inspired by the great painters of the 17th century up to the Impressionism of the Dutch school from Aert Van den Neer to Johan Barthold Jongkind and his contemporary Van Tholen makes the works of Cornelis Vreedenburgh receive collectors and the public. A big interest.

In his paintings, he searches for the atmosphere of the ports, the daily life of the inhabitants, the diaphanous colors that the light provides on the buildings and on the water, the vital elements of the country.

Montelbaanstoren emblematic tower of Amsterdam at the junction of two canals, whose origin dates back to the beginning of the 16th century was painted by the great masters of painting, it symbolizes the attachment of the Dutch to trade by waterways.

Artist's exhibition:

- 1913 salon Netherlands exibition toronto Canada
- 1916 San Diego USA International Exhibition
- 1937 retrospective exhibition at the Kunstzaal Hamdorff in Laren where all his paintings were sold.
- 1939 exhibition sale "Onze Kunst van Heden" at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam

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20th Century Oil Painting