Dirk H.W. Filarski

(18851964 ) - Artworks
FILARSKI Dirk H.W. Tulpen; Tulips

Christie's /Mar 13, 2012
2,000.00 - 3,000.00
2,250.00

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Filarski Dirk Hermann Wilhelm

 

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Artworks in Arcadja
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Dirk H.W. Filarski - Still Life

Dirk H.W. Filarski - Still Life

Original 1941
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Lot number: 1009
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DHW Filarski 1941 (Amsterdam 1885-1964 Zeist, Bergen School), oil on canvas, still life 64x80cm. Cond:. GDHW Filarski 1941 (Amsterdam 1885-1964 Zeist, Bergen School), Öl auf Leinwand, Stillleben 64x80cm. Cond:. G DHW Filarski 1941 (Amsterdam 1885-1964 Zeist, Bergen School), oil on canvas, still life 64x80cm. Cond:. G
Dirk H.W. Filarski - Pont Neuf, Paris

Dirk H.W. Filarski - Pont Neuf, Paris

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Lot number: 34
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Dirk Filarski (1885-1964) Pont Neuf, Paris signed 'D.H.W. Filarski.' (lower right); and inscribed with title (on the reverse) oil on canvas 81 x 65 cm. Anonymous sale, Christie's, Amsterdam, 13 December 1989, lot 171. Acquired at the above sale by Kunsthandel Borzo, 's-Hertogenbosch. Acquired from the above by the present owner.
Dirk H.W. Filarski - Alpenglooien; The Alps

Dirk H.W. Filarski - Alpenglooien; The Alps

Original 1916
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Lot number: 169
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Dirk Filarski (1885-1964) Alpenglooien; the Alps signed and dated 'D.H.W. Filarski./1916' (lower right); and inscribed with title (on the stretcher) oil on canvas 115.5 x 176 cm. Painted in 1916. Victor de Munck, Amsterdam. Anonymous sale, Sotheby's, Amsterdam, 28 October 1980, lot 430. Anonymous sale, Sotheby's, Amsterdam, 6 December 2000, lot 198. Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.
Dirk H.W. Filarski - Tulpen; Tulips

Dirk H.W. Filarski - Tulpen; Tulips

Original 1948
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Lot number: 73
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Dirk Filarski (1885-1964) Tulpen; tulips signed and dated 'Filarski/48' (lower left); and signed again and inscribed with title (on the stretcher). oil on canvas 65.5 x 82 cm. Painted in 1948. Anonymous sale, Sotheby's, Amsterdam, 22 June 1998, lot 410, where acquired by the present owner.
Dirk H.W. Filarski - Daroca

Dirk H.W. Filarski - Daroca

Original 1935
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Lot number: 146
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Dirk Filarski Amsterdam 1885 - Zeist 1964 Daroca (1935) € 2500,00 - 3500,00 Signed l.r. Oil on canvas, 54.3 x 65.1 cm Provenance: Auction Christie's, Amsterdam, 2 September 2003, lot 380 N.B.: Born in Amsterdam, the painter Dirk Filarski commenced his studies in 1901 as a pupil at the applied arts school Quellinus and later at the Rijksschool for applied arts in Amsterdam. There he made friends with whom he stayed in touch for many years, including Matthieu Wiegman. After completing his studies he worked in Bergen aan Zee for a short period of time, but Filarski soon took the decision to take up traveling. In 1912 the painter left for Switzerland, where he produced paintings of mountainous landscapes in striking colours, such as purple, pink, lilac-blue and dark green. In 1917 Filarski returned to The Netherlands, during this period he mainly worked on landscapes in often darker colours. More than five years later Filarski switched to working in brighter colours. At the time he and his family lived in the village of Bergen in a house that was originally built for the painter Charley Toorop. He continued to travel, during this period mainly in Southern Europe, where he worked in various locations, including Menton and Roquebrune, and later on he and his family settled in Tourettes-sur-Loupe. Characteristic for his works from this period is the use of the colours green, yellow and light brown. Not much later Filarski abandoned the use of large planes from his works and started to concentrate on the details of his subjects. In the period from 1929 onwards Filarski, despite his financial problems at the time, remained a fanatical traveller. He painted works in Marocco, Paris, Venice and Spain. During the thirties Filarski mainly worked in Spain in locations such as Teruel and Daroca. One of his works produced in Teruel was awarded the golden Arti-Medal. He depicted the picturesque town of Daroca colourfully in yellow, orange, light brown and greenish tones.
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