Etching by Cornelis Brandenburg (1884-1954). Framed in a black wooden frame with cream-coloured mat. In very good condition and clear image, with many interesting details. Image size: 31 x 22.5 cm. Sheet size: 44.5 x 35 cm. Beautiful print.
Cornelis Brandenburg (Wormerveer (Zaanstad), 5 December 1883 - Amsterdam, 18 November 1954) was a Dutch etcher, draughtsman, ceramic painter and political cartoonist. Cornelis Brandenburg was one of the most important Dutch engravers of cityscapes, especially of Amsterdam. The city archive of Amsterdam has 64 etchings by him.
From 1900 to 1954 he worked in Amsterdam. From 1890 to 1903, he studied at the drawing school of art and crafts and the national academy for fine arts in Amsterdam, he was pupil of August Allebé, Antoon Derkinderen, Pieter Dupont and Georg Rueter.
Initially he was a ceramics painter at De Distel, and then a draughtsman at the graphical institute of Schnabel in Amsterdam.
Brandenburg was a member of Arti et Amicitiae (Amsterdam).
- Cornelis Brandenburg
- Titel des Kunstwerks
- Oudezijds Achterburgwal CB025K
- exzellenter Zustand
- 2 kg
- 51×40×2 cm