Interior of the Nieuwe Kerk in Delft - Johannes Bosboom

Interior of the Nieuwe Kerk in Delft

Johannes Bosboom ( The Netherlands 1817 - 1891 )
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Offered by Douwes Fine Art




Historic Church Interior of the Nieuwe Kerk in Delft, made for the feast of King Leopold I in Brussels, 1848

This impressive and monumental painting by Bosboom was made at the occasion of the great feast for King Leopold I of Belgium in Brussels in 1848. Bosboom was one of the painters invited by the Cèrcle Artistique et Littéraire to create his own interpretation of an admired painting of the 17th century. His choice was a church interior by Pieter de Witte (1568 - 1651). The corridors of the palace where the feast was held were hung with these paintings and they were also published in 1849 in a very elaborate book with lithographs made of the paintings and dedicated to the King.
Maker
Johannes Bosboom
Origin
Kunsthandel D. Sala & Zonen, The Hague; Kunsthandel Jack Niekerk, The Hague; Kunsthandel Goudriaan, Rotterdam; Gebr. Douwes Fine Art, Amsterdam, 1982; a private Dutch collection and by descent within the same family in Belgium; to Gebr. ouwes Fine Art, 2003; sold to an important Dutch collection, 2004
Period
Dutch 19th-20th Century
Material
Oil on canvas
Signature
signed 'J.Bosboom' (l.l. on church bench) and dated and annotated 'Delft 1848' (l.l. on slabs)
Reference
100-8
Sizes
143 x 150 cm

Offered by

Douwes Fine Art

Johannes Vermeerstraat 15 hs
1071 DK Amsterdam
The Netherlands

+31 206646362
http://www.douwesfineart.com/

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