Beautiful large winter work by David Schulman David Schulman (1881-1966) - Winters village view Blaricum - great work.
Oil on canvas - signed at the bottom left.
David Schulman was born in Hilversum 1881 - Laren 1966
Lived and worked in Laren and is one of the most gifted painters of the Larense School. Painter, draughtsman and watercolourist.
David Schulman painted winter landscapes in impressionist style, often in the dirty and snowy village views, he would feature a bright orange-golden sunlight, mainly in Blaricum and Laren. He also painted city and harbour views and portraits.
He regularly visited the fishing villages along the Zuiderzee. His work is highly rated and for his work he received many foreign awards including the Simon van Collem price and the Gold Medal of Queen Wilhelmina. David Schulman was a great driving force behind the artist associations "De Tien", "Laren-Bericum" and the Gooise Schildersvereniging. He was a member of ' Arti et Amicitiae '.
This painting, “De dorpsweg in Blaricum around 1930 in the winter, shows the beautiful impressionist style of Schulman and his highly praised bright orange-gold sunlight. The painting is an oil painting of canvas, canvas size 70 x 100 cm. The painting is in excellent condition. Very much sought-after work of this outstanding painter.
Fully signed, canvas was restretched in the past, no restorations.
- Titre de l'œuvre d'art
- Winterse dag in Laren
- David Schulman (1881-1966)
- Huile sur toile
- Signé à la main
- Vendu avec cadre
- En très bon état
- Taille de l’image
- 70.5×100 cm
- 10 kg