Early etching by Antoon Derkzen van Angeren.
Showing ships on and near the Meuse, with a view on a bowsprit.
Signed and dated in pencil bottom right: 'Ant Derkzen van Angeren 1910' .
Numbered in pencil in the lower left corner: 'No.29'.
Monogrammed bottom right in the print 'DvA'.
Antoon Derkzen van Angeren was a Dutch etcher, graphic artist, painter and teacher at the academy for fine art in Rotterdam.
He is seen as the founder and nestor of the Rotterdam graphic art.
After his work as a draughtsman/decorator at ceramic bakery De Porceleyne Fles in Delft, he went on to focus more on etching and painting and became an independent artist.
In 1911, he moved to Rotterdam, where he was inspired for his work by the activity in the ports.
From 1917 to 1943, he was a teacher at the academy of fine arts in Rotterdam, where he taught a.o. Henk Chabot, Louis van Roode, Metten Koornstra and Aad de Haas.
- Antoon Derkzen van Angeren (1878-1961)
- Titre de l'œuvre d'art
- Schepen op en aan de Maas
- Signé à la main
- Dans l'ensemble en bon état
- Vente avec cadre
- 2 kg
- Taille de l’image
- 39×49 cm
- Dimensions totales
- 45×56×45 cm