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David Adolph Constant Artz - Going To The Market - 1875


"David Adolph Constant Artz - Going To The Market - 1875"
David Adolph Constant Artz
Dutch, 1837-1890
"Going to the Delft Market"
Oil on panel; 16 1/2 x 13 inches
Signed and dated 1875 lower right
Framed dimensions; 26 x 22 3/4 inches

David Adolph Constant Artz was a Dutch painter who, especially at the beginning of his career, was often associated with the Hague school of painters. At the Amsterdam Academy he met Johannes Egenberger and the Flemish sculptor Louis Royer. There he also met the famous Dutch painter Jozef Israëls, who exerted a lasting influence on his painting career. Together they often ventured to the dunes in Scheveningen, choosing fishermen and women as their subjects. Between 1866 and 1874 Artz stayed in Paris, where he set up his own studio at the recommendation of Gustave Courbet. The artist became highly succesful, selling works through the Parisian dealer and publisher Goupil & Cie and to other artists such as Vincent van Gogh. In 1874, he returned to The Hague, choosing again local Dutch themes for his paintings. This painting features a lovely street scene, rendered with other colorful buildings and figures in traditional costume.
Price : $4,800
Artist : Signed And Dated 1875 Lower Right
Period: 19th century
Style: Impressionism
Condition : Excellent condition

Material : Oil on panel
Width : 13 inches
Height : 16 1/2 inches

Reference : 379
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