Bernard Antonie van Beek (1875-1941) - Poldergezicht Kortenhoef

Bernard Antonie van Beek (1875-1941) - Poldergezicht Kortenhoef
Oil on canvas - hand-signed - unknown

In the landscapes of Bernard van Beek, tonality and atmosphere are very important. He was influenced by the painters of The Hague School and especially by Gabriel, for whom he had great admiration. From 1911 onwards, Van Beek moved from Amsterdam to Kortenhoef, where the beauty of the lake district became his most important subject. Sometimes he went behind the church with his little rowing boat to paint water lilies, whether or not with peat dykes, Kortenhoef in the distance. This painter also did some cityscapes.

Source: Simonis & Buunk.

Perhaps one of his most beautiful...
No restorations and without craquelure or other imperfections.
Signed with Bern. A. van Beek.

Lot details
Title of artwork
Poldergezicht Kortenhoef
Bernard Antonie van Beek (1875-1941)
Oil on canvas
Hand signed
Sold with frame
In very good condition
Image size
76×64 cm
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