Arnold Marc Gorter

(18661933 ) - Artworks
GORTER Arnold Marc A Lake In The Forest

Leslie Hindman /Dec 11, 2011
1,494.32 - 2,988.64
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Arnold Marc Gorter - Spring Blossoms

Arnold Marc Gorter - Spring Blossoms

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Lot number: 347
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Property of Various Owners Arnold Marc Gorter (Dutch 1866-1933) Spring Blossoms Signed AMGorter l.r. Oil on canvas 22-1/2 x 30 in (57.2 x 76.2 cm) Examined under UV light: An approximately 2 in area of restoration located to the left of the cottage and a small area of restoration in the l.c., milky green varnish; large area of restoration visible to the naked eye.
Arnold Marc Gorter - Forest Scene

Arnold Marc Gorter - Forest Scene

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Lot number: 1002
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Arnold Marc Gorter (Almelo 1866-1933 Amsterdam), oil on canvas, forest scene with stream and cows on pasture 56x42cm. Cond:. GArnold Marc Gorter (Almelo 1866-1933 Amsterdam), Öl auf Leinwand, Wald-Szene mit Bach und Kühe auf der Weide 56x42cm. Cond:. G Arnold Marc Gorter (Almelo 1866-1933 Amsterdam), oil on canvas, forest scene with stream and cows on pasture 56x42cm. Cond:. G
Arnold Marc Gorter - Gezicht Op De Vordense Beek, Vorden

Arnold Marc Gorter - Gezicht Op De Vordense Beek, Vorden

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Lot number: 121
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Arnold Marc Gorter (1866-1933) Gezicht op de Vordense Beek, Vorden; near Vorden signed 'AM Gorter' (lower right) oil on canvas 115.5 x 155.5 cm. The estate of the artist. By descent from the above to the present owner. Enschede, Rijksmuseum Twenthe/Zutphen, Stedelijk Museum voor Zutphen en de Graafschap/Almelo, Gemeentelijk Expositiecentrum 'De Waag'/Doetinchem, Stadsmuseum 't Gevang/Assen, Provinciaal Museum van Drenthe, De andere Gorter. Nauwelijks bekende studies van een landschapschilder, 16 September 1983 - 23 September 1984, no. 69. Zutphen, Stedelijk Museum Zutphen, A.M. Gorter (1866-1933): schilder van het Oost-Nederlands landschap, 25 June - 28 August 2011, no. 56. The landscape of the eastern part of the Netherlands and in particular of his native countryside of Twente remained Gorter's favorite subject throughout his life. It was not the lowlands of Holland he pictured, like the Hague-School painters did, but the higher grounds across the river IJssel near the German border. The present lot is an example of the large elaborate compositions Gorter painted in his Amsterdam studio after having made numerous outdoor oil-sketches near Almelo, Delden or Denekamp. The thick crusty layer of paint is a characteristic of his large mature works. His first solo-exhibitions in Almelo and Amsterdam in the 1890s were quite successful. With art-dealer Frans Buffa & Zn in Amsterdam he became one of the best selling artists, sharing this position with Isaac Israels. Foreign public acclaim he received by taking part in the great annual exhibitions in Munich and especially in Paris, where at the Salon des Artistes Français he received all the honours an artist could get. In 1904 the French state bought a large canvas for the Musée du Luxembourg and in 1923 Gorter was even elected as a member of the Académie Française. The first exhibition of his work in America was at the 1904 Universal Exhibition in St Louis. American art-dealers now began to show his work and after his gold medal at the 1915 'Panama-Pacific' world-fair in San Francisco sales in the US and Canada increased to outnumber those in Holland. The Fry Art Museum in Seattle, for instance, still possesses eight of his pictures.
Arnold Marc Gorter - A Lake In The Forest

Arnold Marc Gorter - A Lake In The Forest

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Lot number: 313
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Arnold Marc Gorter (Dutch, 1866-1933) A Lake in the Forest oil on canvas signed A. Marc Gorter (lower right) 25 3/4 x 20 1/2 inches. Estimate $ 2,000-4,000 No evidence of restoration under UV; craquelure primarily in white painted areas; large indentation in center left and another in lower left edge; evidence of restoration in lower left edge, visible from verso.
Arnold Marc Gorter - Stream In A Winter Landscape

Arnold Marc Gorter - Stream In A Winter Landscape

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Lot number: 1031
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Arnold Marc Gorter (1866-1933 Dutch), Stream in a Winter Landscape, est:$2500/4500 *Price Realized: $2,587.50 signed lower right: A.M. Gorter, oil on canvas, 30'' x 22''. Provenance: Private Collection, Palmdale, CA. Condition: Visual: Generally good condition with minor, stable craquelure concentrated mainly in the sky. Artist pin holes along the upper and lower edges. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. AS-IS. ALL SALES FINAL. < Prev Next >
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