Johannis W. Cornelis Cossaar

Netherlands (18741966 ) - Artworks
COSSAAR Johannis W. Cornelis Chapel Of Henry Vii

Venduehuis /May 29, 2013
500.00 - 700.00
Not Sold

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Jacobus Cornelis Wijnandus Cossaar

 

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Artworks in Arcadja
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Johannis W. Cornelis Cossaar - A Heavy Horse And Cart

Johannis W. Cornelis Cossaar - A Heavy Horse And Cart

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Lot number: 313
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Cornelius Johannis Cossaar (Dutch1874-1966) A heavy horse and cart Signed and inscribed Paris Monochrome watercolour 26 x 36cm; 10¼ x 14¼in Provenance: New Grafton Gallery William Marchant and Co. at the Goupil Gallery, London Several pin marks to the paper,otherwise good Estimate: £100-150 Hammer Price: £160 Lot: 313 Sale: Oil Paintings, Watercolours & Miniatures(PW081210-2)
Johannis W. Cornelis Cossaar - Lower Regent Street

Johannis W. Cornelis Cossaar - Lower Regent Street

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Lot number: 133
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Cornelis-Johannis Cossaar (b.1874) Lower Regent Street indistinctly signed 'J Cossaar' (lower right) oil on canvas 28 x 36.1/8 in. (71.5 x 92 cm.) Lot Notes As first conceived by John Nash in the early 19th century, LowerRegent Street had a semi-residential character, containing thefashionable United Service Club and Nash's own house at No. 14, thegrand Italianate block on the right. This view looks north fromalongisde the portico of St. Philip's Episcopal Chapel, designed byG.S. Repton, towards the County Fire Office at the southern end ofthe Quadrant. The chapel was demolished in 1904 for the building ofCarlton House. Nos. 14-16 were replaced by Dorland House after theFirst World War. Cornelis-Johannis Cossaar was born in Amsterdam in 1874 and workedin La Haye and Paris. He was known for his church interiors, townviews and river scenes. He exhibited in Holland, Paris, London andBerlin.
Johannis W. Cornelis Cossaar - At Amiens

Johannis W. Cornelis Cossaar - At Amiens

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Lot number: 710
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Jacobus Cornelis Wijnandus Cossaar (1874-1966) 'At Amiens', signed also inscribed verso and on an old label, oil on board, 23.5cm x 18cm
Johannis W. Cornelis Cossaar - Chapel Of Henry Vii

Johannis W. Cornelis Cossaar - Chapel Of Henry Vii

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Lot number: 140
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Jacobus Cornelis Wijnandus Cossaar (1874-1966) 'Chapel of Henry VII' in de Westminster Abbey te Londen l.o. get. olieverf op doek, 45x60 cm
Johannis W. Cornelis Cossaar - Mütter Mit Kindern

Johannis W. Cornelis Cossaar - Mütter Mit Kindern

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Lot number: 36
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