Unique beautiful impressionistic work by Cees van Ijsseldijk. Is in perfect condition and can be easily put on the wall. This work is offered without a minimum price (ATP) and is in any case for the highest bidder. Will be carefully packaged and shipped.
Cees van Ijsseldijk (Utrecht 1901 - 1977 Amsterdam)
Cees van ijsseldijk was educated at the Academy of fine arts in Antwerp and moved after graduating to Amsterdam. In the same year he became a member of artists' associations De Brug en Sint Lucas, whereby he came into contact with, among others, (the works of) members like Piet Mondriaan, Jan Sluijters and Kees van Dongen. In 1938 and 1939 van Ijsseldijk exhibited together with Lizzy Ansingh, Jan Sluijters and Jacob Dooijewaard in the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.
With a smooth, impressionist touch, he painted portraits, landscapes, still lives and city scenes, whereby his sense for colour was praised by reviewers.
Van Ijsseldijk acquired national fame for his portrait art when he portrayed actress Magda Janssens, who had great triumphs on stage and later also in television series.
Van Ijsseldijk never cared about fame or money. He devoted his life to painting and was happy as long as he could paint the way he thought was beautiful, real and touching.
Literature: Cees van IJsseldijk - Een stille kracht - ISBN: 978-90-9027325-9
- Cees van Ijsseldijk (1901-1977)
- Title of artwork
- Oil on canvas
- Hand signed
- In very good condition
- Sold with frame
- Image size
- 40×30 cm
- Total dimensions
- 44×34×1 cm