Beautiful genre piece in which the artist has not forgotten the eye for details.
The lady of the house bakes pancakes for her children.
Kees Koppenol was an artist who was “at home” in all sorts of genres. He painted landscapes as well as townscapes, interiors, still lives and figures in a unique atmosphere and presentation. From 1910 to 1913 he lived in Nunspeet in Veluwe, where peasant life was the model for his paintings. He then settled permanently in The Hague. In the years that followed, Koppenol painted many scenes from Scheveningen's boulevard life and beach scenes, in which he was able to capture the atmosphere and colours of a Dutch summer's day.
The painting and the frame are in very good condition for a piece that is approx. 110 years old !!
Because of the dimensions, the frame will not be included during shipment, pick up is one of the options.
Will be carefully packed and sent by registered mail.
- Cornelis Koppenol (1865-1946)
- Titre de l'œuvre d'art
- Pannekoeken bakken
- Huile sur toile
- Signé en bas à droite
- En très bon état, couvert
- Vente avec cadre
- 5 kg
- Taille de l’image
- 60×80 cm
- Dimensions totales
- 81×103×5 cm