Beautiful oil paint on hardboard by the Dutch painter Frits Giltay.
Hardboard, is in good condition.
Brilliant weathered wooden frame that makes this work of art stand out even better.
Theme: harbour view.
With frame 56 x 46 cm.
Without frame 40 x 30 cm.
Fredericus Johannes (Frits) Giltay (Hilversum, 20 July 1907 – Bruges, 17 March 1970) was a Dutch painter.
Giltay stayed in Amsterdam (1938-1943) and in the then artist village Blaricum (1943-1947), in Noord-Holland, but he left for Bruges in 1947, where he died in 1970.
He was a student of Mathys Hage and even taught J.H. Lambeck and Freek van den Berg. In 1935, Queen Juliana granted him the royal grant for painting. He was an active member of "De Onafhankelijken", an association of fine artists based in Amsterdam. From 1937 until 1949, he participated in the exhibitions of "De Onafhankelijken" at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam. He made wall drawings for the Ledeltheater in Oostburg (Zeeuws Vlaanderen), which reopened in 1956.
In his Bruges period, Frits Giltay exhibited regularly until 1957. After a ten-year hiatus, an exhibition of his work was organised at the Concertgebouw in Bruges in 1968. In 1969, his works were exhibited at the Casino of Blankenberge.
- Frits Giltay (1907-1970)
- Titre de l'œuvre d'art
- 20e eeuw
- Huile sur isorel
- Signé à la main
- En bon état
- Vente avec cadre