Lady in The Hague Forest - Isaac Israëls

Lady in The Hague Forest

Isaac Israëls ( The Netherlands 1865 - 1934 )
Price: Price on request

Offered by Daatselaar Fine Art & Antiques




Isaac Israels, together with George Hendrik Breitner, was the leading representative of the group of Amsterdam Impressionists. He painted fragments of life he chanced across in the capital’s shopping streets, coffee houses and café-chantants, where busy urban living was played out. In a few apt charcoal lines or quick, spontaneous brushstrokes, with subtle colour accents, he captured everything he saw. Israels also painted beach scenes at Scheveningen and was an adept portrait artist. Israëls moved to Paris in 1904, establishing his studio near Montmartre and just yards away from the studio of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec whom he admired, as he also did Edgar Degas. As in Amsterdam, he painted the Parisian specific motifs: the public parks, cafes, cabarets and bistros, as well as such subjects as fairgrounds and circus acrobats. Likewise he sought out the fashion houses Paquin and Drecoll to continue his studies of the world of fashion. Here, he painted a young fashionable woman strolling around The Hague Forest.

Maker
Isaac Israëls
Material
Oil on canvas
Signature
Signed lower left
Reference
100-525
Sizes
60 x 50.5 cm

Offered by

Daatselaar Fine Art & Antiques

Oenselsestraat 50
5301 EP Zaltbommel
The Netherlands

+31 418 712 300
+31 654 394 108
http://www.daatselaar.com

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