Etching by Jacob Nieweg.
Depicting a man's head with bowler hat.
Loose-leaf, image size 31 x 23, page size 53 x 34.
With monogram and dated in the print on the top left: 'JN 1924'.
Jacob Nieweg was a Dutch preacher who gained fame as a painter.
In 1899, during his college years, Nieweg came into contact with H.P. Bremmer. As a teacher, Bremmer also had influence on Nieweg’s painting believes and taught Nieweg to love the work of Vincent van Gogh.
In 1919, he left for Amersfoort, where he lived until his death in 1955.
Nieweg was a member and founder of De Brug, board member of Amersfoort's artist association.
- Title of artwork
- Man met bolhoed
- Jacob Nieweg (1877-1955)
- Plate signed
- Sold with frame
- In very good condition
- Image size
- 31×23 cm
- 2 kg
- Total dimensions
- 53×34×53 cm