Lot of two drawings of artists from the first half of the 20th century.
1. Beautiful drawing of the artist Kees Van Urk (Leiden 1895-1976 Blaricum)
Can be dated 1920 - somewhat in Art Deco style - Doctor’s visit (the drawing shows an umbrella)
And a leather doctor's bag) 40 cm wide and 30 cm high.
Kees van Urk, also known as Cornelis (Cees) Jan van Urk, studied at the Art Academy in The Hague. Together with others, he founded De Sphinx. During his chairmanship of this group, he met well-known artists such as Piet Mondriaan, Theo van Doesburg and Gerrit Rietveld.
Van Urk exhibited in Rotterdam, Haarlem, Arnhem and even in Vienna, Paris and in Warsaw, his works were on display.
2. Pencil drawing in the style of the Haagsche School of an unknown artist
- A typical sketch block drawing - back is also drawn on.
Nice details including tuba players, beach huts, a cop, creative figures, beautiful women, children playing. The back is also drawn in, for example with a woman behind a piano and a dog.
Dating 1911 - bottom left. Drawing has been in a frame, given the discoloration and it has adhesive reside on four points at the back. The drawing evokes the atmosphere of artists such as Isaac Israëls.
Israëls has also signed tuba players, these sketches are kept in the Rijksmuseum.
24 cm wide, 15 cm long.
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- Hollandse school (20e eeuw)
- Τίτλος έργου τέχνης
- Dokters bezoek - Strandtafereel
- 1920, 1911
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