Johan Antonie De Jonge

(18641927 ) - Artworks
JONGE de Johan Antonie Vrouw Met Kindjes Aan Zee

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Johan Antonie De Jonge - On The Beach

Johan Antonie De Jonge - On The Beach

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Johan Antonie de Jonge (1864-1927) On the beach signed with initials (stamped) 'dJ' (lower right); and with studiostamp (on the reverse) chalk, pencil, watercolour and colour crayons on paper 31.5 x 24 cm. John Sillevis, Johan Antoni de Jonge (1864-1927), Hilversum,2000, no. AS-21 (illustrated, titled 'De verhuurder van destrandstoelen').
Johan Antonie De Jonge - A Day At Scheveningen Beach

Johan Antonie De Jonge - A Day At Scheveningen Beach

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DESCRIPTIONsigned with the initials and dated ´03 l.l. watercolour To be sold together with a preparatory drawing of the present lot. PROVENANCEThe family of the artist LITERATURE AND REFERENCES J. Sillevis, W. de Jonge, W. Laanstra, Johan Antoni de Jonge (1864-1927), Hilversum 2000, cat.no. AS-26, illustrated on p.13, p.83 and on the cover; the drawing illustrated on p.83 CATALOGUE NOTE Jonkheer Johan Antoni de Jonge was born in 1864 in Rotterdam in a milieu which afforded him socially and artistically the opportunity to develop in harmony with his natural talents. His mother Elisabeth Philipse, a talented artist, had a great influence on her son, witnessed by the many drawings they made for one another. Johan studied law in Leiden, but indulged his hobby by attending courses at the Academie Voor Beeldende Kunsten in The Hague, where he was taught by Frits Jansen and Fridolin Becker. Amongst his fellow students were Frits Maris, Willem de Zwart, Willem Roelofs jr. and Willem Weissenbruch. After finishing his studies De Jonge settled as a lawyer in The Hague, but soon gave up this profession to fully devote himself to painting and aiding his fellow-man. He held many functions on boards for social and ecclesiastical organizations. His artistic creativity remained throughout his life. The latitude shows that painting for him was a daily occupation. He sought subjects around ?Vreugd en Rust?, the family estate in Voorburg, and in nature; the dunes and the atmosphere of the beach held a special fascination. He drew inspiration from his trips to Scheveningen and carried these impressions back to his studio in The Hague, where he "produced a series of delicate and charming, but also lively and characteristic portraits and scenes showing people at work and play" (Elka Schrijver, TheBurlington Magazine, 1978, p. 186). Some of his favourites subjects were children in the breakers, families in and around beehive chairs, paddling children and beach carriages. He sometimes even painted on the spot and his many nephews and nieces acted as models. This wonderful watercolour is one of the best examples of these beach scenes depicting careless summer days at the sea shore. The sunlight radiates through the children's hair and enriches the colours of their clothing and hats. Mothers and maids remain near at hand while the children paddle and play with a fishing net, a little dog or a spade. Such bright and colourful compositions with blue skies, white and blue clothing, blond hair and red cheeks radiate an enormous joy in life. Clearly this joy in life was innate to the painter. A discovery indeed: Jan de Jonge, un petit maître of great distinction? (Elka Schrijver, The Burlington Magazine, Jan de Jonge, July 1978, p 186)
Johan Antonie De Jonge - Jonge Vrouw

Johan Antonie De Jonge - Jonge Vrouw

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Lot number: 420
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Jhr Mr Johan Antonie de Jonge (1864-1927) Jonge vrouw r.o. atelierstempel dJ tekening op papier, 33x24,5 cm
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