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Beautiful work by Willem Weissenbruch in very good condition. Also a large size, which you don't often encounter from his hand.
The opening bid for the Top Auction has been reduced from 1,750 euros to 1,000 euros. You can find out for yourself what works by Willem Weissenbruch have done in the past. This is in very good condition, see description below.
A few weeks ago it was completely cleaned and a new matt varnish layer was applied. The work has been doubled so that the crackle has disappeared. There are only some small lines, but these are barely visible and not disturbing. The beautiful heavy gold frame has also been completely restored. This work can be hung on the wall, in a gallery or very interesting as a commercial sales item.
Due to its size and heaviness, please pick up this work from my home. Otherwise I ship with Swift couriers.
This work is in top condition. Good luck bidding!
The Hague 1864-1941 Bloemendaal (Aerdenhout) The painter Willem J. Weissenbruch was born in 1864 in The Hague. Willem Weissenbruch, son and student of the Hague School painter HJ Weissenbruch, followed in his father's footsteps in terms of style and choice of subject. He painted landscapes with water and harbor and beach views, for which he gained inspiration in and around The Hague. He also lived for quite some time in De Kaag, Noorden, Nieuwkoop and Het Gooi. He also continued his education at the Academy in The Hague under Fridolin Becker. The work of WJ Weissenbruch is recognizable by his characteristic loose impressionistic style. WJ Weissenbruch taught Jack Aue and K. Heeman, among others. Various museums have work by this painter in their collections. Info: Scheen, Benezit and rkd, among others.