Category: netherlands

huariqueje: The evening toilet   –   Piet va…

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The evening toilet   –   Piet van Wijngaerdt ,1903.

Dutch, 1873-1964

Oil on canvas, 54 x 65 cm.

Petrus Theodorus (Piet) van Wijngaerdt (Amsterdam, November 4, 1873 – Abcoude, January 25, 1964) was a Dutch graphic artist, painter, draftsman, etcher and lithographer. Van Wijngaerdt is seen as the founder of the Bergen School, although he himself did not paint regularly in Bergen.

terminusantequem:Piet van Wijngaerdt (Dutch, 1…

terminusantequem:

Piet van Wijngaerdt (Dutch, 1873-1964), De bloeiende appelboom. Oil on canvas, 68 x 80 cm

Petrus Theodorus (Piet) van Wijngaerdt (Amsterdam, November 4, 1873 – Abcoude, January 25, 1964) was a Dutch graphic artist, painter, draftsman, etcher and lithographer. Van Wijngaerdt is seen as the founder of the Bergen School, although he himself did not paint regularly in Bergen.

huariqueje: Sleeping Boy  –   Piet van Wijngae…

huariqueje:

Sleeping Boy  –   Piet van Wijngaerdt ,1919.

Dutch, 1873-1964

Petrus Theodorus (Piet) van Wijngaerdt (Amsterdam, November 4, 1873 – Abcoude, January 25, 1964) was a Dutch graphic artist, painter, draftsman, etcher and lithographer. Van Wijngaerdt is seen as the founder of the Bergen School, although he himself did not paint regularly in Bergen.

thunderstruck9:Wim Bosma (Dutch, 1902-1985), H…

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Wim Bosma (Dutch, 1902-1985), Haven, 1930. Oil on canvas, 50.5 x 35.5 cm.

Willem (Wim) Bosma (Amsterdam, 21 September 1902 – Amsterdam 28 December 1985) was a Dutch painter, watercolorist, graphic designer, monumental artist and wall painter.

thunderstruck9:Wim Bosma (Dutch, 1902-1985), H…

thunderstruck9:

Wim Bosma (Dutch, 1902-1985), Haven, 1930. Oil on canvas, 50.5 x 35.5 cm.

Willem (Wim) Bosma (Amsterdam, 21 September 1902 – Amsterdam 28 December 1985) was a Dutch painter, watercolorist, graphic designer, monumental artist and wall painter.

huariqueje: Harbour Scene   –   Wim Bosma , 19…

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Harbour Scene   –   Wim Bosma , 1935.

Dutch, 1902-1985

oil on canvas ,129 x 199 cm.

Willem (Wim) Bosma (Amsterdam, 21 September 1902 – Amsterdam 28 December 1985) was a Dutch painter, watercolorist, graphic designer, monumental artist and wall painter.

huariqueje: Harbour Scene   –   Wim Bosma , 19…

huariqueje:

Harbour Scene   –   Wim Bosma , 1935.

Dutch, 1902-1985

oil on canvas ,129 x 199 cm.

Willem (Wim) Bosma (Amsterdam, 21 September 1902 – Amsterdam 28 December 1985) was a Dutch painter, watercolorist, graphic designer, monumental artist and wall painter.

thunderstruck9:Wim Bosma (Dutch, 1902-1985), A…

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Wim Bosma (Dutch, 1902-1985), A still life with flowers and a pipe, 1938. Oil on canvas, 60.5 x 73.5 cm.

Willem (Wim) Bosma (Amsterdam, 21 September 1902 – Amsterdam 28 December 1985) was a Dutch painter, watercolorist, graphic designer, monumental artist and wall painter.

thunderstruck9:Wim Bosma (Dutch, 1902-1985), A…

thunderstruck9:

Wim Bosma (Dutch, 1902-1985), A still life with flowers and a pipe, 1938. Oil on canvas, 60.5 x 73.5 cm.

Willem (Wim) Bosma (Amsterdam, 21 September 1902 – Amsterdam 28 December 1985) was a Dutch painter, watercolorist, graphic designer, monumental artist and wall painter.

huariqueje: View of the ship ‘De Statendam’…

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View of the ship ‘De Statendam’ from the Willemskade   –    Wim Bosma , 1931

Dutch,1902-1985 

Oil on canvas, 

40.5 x 50.5  x 2.5  cm.

Willem (Wim) Bosma (Amsterdam, 21 September 1902 – Amsterdam 28 December 1985) was a Dutch painter, watercolorist, graphic designer, monumental artist and wall painter.

He was self-taught but did receive lessons from Piet van Wijngaerdt.

Bosma had a studio at Stadhouderskade 100 in Amsterdam. He painted and painted in a constructive expressionistic style of landscapes, harbors, figures, railway viaducts, trains, boats and flying machines. His most famous works include the stations and ports from the 1930s, painted in a new-business, realistic style. After 1945, besides technical subjects, other motifs also appeared in his work. A favorite subject in his work was the African woman. Bosma was a fan of jazz music.

Work by Wim Bosma has been purchased by, among others, the Centraal Museum in Utrecht, the Gemeentemuseum The Hague, the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and private collectors.

Bosma was a convinced communist and member of the artists’ association The Independed, until this association joined the Nederlandsche Kultuurkamer in World War II. For Bosma, membership of this institution affiliated with Nazi Germany was incompatible with his communist ideas.

Wim Bosma was the brother of Jan Johannes Bosma, landscape architect and designer of the Bijenpark in Amsterdam.