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Hans Jacob Hansen

(1853 -  1947 )
HANSEN Hans Jacob A Dance For The Sultan

McTear's
Jun 5, 2019
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Hans Jacob Hansen - A Dance For The Sultan

Hans Jacob Hansen - A Dance For The Sultan

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HANS HANSEN RSW (SCOTTISH 1853 - 1947), A DANCE FOR THE SULTAN watercolour and gouache on paper, signed (Hans Hansen RSW) 45cm x 34cm (approx 18 x 14 inches) Mounted, framed and under glass. Note: Hans Hansen was born in Leith the son of a merchant and shipbroker and brought up in Leith and Edinburgh where he studied art under R.B Nisbet and J Ross, developing a style superficially similar to Melville. Hansen worked extensively abroad in the Middle East, North Africa and Spain visiting Russia in the 1870\’s. He exhibited regularly at the Royal Acedemy, London between 1891 and 1918.
Hans Jacob Hansen - A Dance For The Sultan

Hans Jacob Hansen - A Dance For The Sultan

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Lot number: 450
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HANS HANSEN RSW (SCOTTISH 1853 - 1947), A DANCE FOR THE SULTAN watercolour and gouache on paper, signed (Hans Hansen RSW) 45cm x 34cm (approx 18 x 14 inches) Mounted, framed and under glass. Note: Hans Hansen was born in Leith the son of a merchant and shipbroker and brought up in Leith and Edinburgh where he studied art under R.B Nisbet and J Ross, developing a style superficially similar to Melville. Hansen worked extensively abroad in the Middle East, North Africa and Spain visiting Russia in the 1870\’s. He exhibited regularly at the Royal Acedemy, London between 1891 and 1918.
Hans Jacob Hansen - High Street Edinburgh

Hans Jacob Hansen - High Street Edinburgh

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Hans Hansen, RSW (British, 1853-1947)

High Street Edinburgh

signed 'Hans Hansen RSW' (lower left)

watercolour

28 x 22 cm. (11 x 8 11/16 in.)

Footnotes

PROVENANCE:

From the Estate of the late Professors Sir Kenneth and Lady Noreen Murray sold to benefit The Darwin Trust of Edinburgh

EXHIBITED:

Edinburgh, Royal Society of Watercolours, n.d.
Hans Jacob Hansen - Near St Andrews

Hans Jacob Hansen - Near St Andrews

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Lot number: 390
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Hans Hansen RSW, Scottish 1853-1947- ''Near St Andrews''; watercolour, signed, bears inscribed label attached to the reverse of the frame, 14x21cm: British School, mid 19th century- Figures by a tree with a stormy landscape beyond; oil on panel, bears label for John Wilson, Carver and Gilder and Picture Frame Maker, 76 and 78 Buccleuch Street and 126a Morningside Road attached to the reverse of the frame, 11x16.5cm., (2) (may be subject to Droit de Suite)
Hans Jacob Hansen -  Market Place, Tangiers

Hans Jacob Hansen - Market Place, Tangiers

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Lot number: 1537
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* HANS HANSEN RSW (1853 - 1947) MARKET PLACE, TANGIERS watercolour and gouache on paper, signed 22cm x 18cm Note: Although of Danish extraction, Hansen was born in Leith and studied in Edinburgh under R B Nisbet and J Ross. He developed a style very close to that of his Scottish contemporary, Arthur Melville (1855-1904), using a technique of painting onto wet paper and carefully allowing certain areas of colour to run together with details being added as the paper dried. A landscape and figure painter he worked extensively abroad; in the Middle East, North Africa and Spain painting Eastern markets, harems and bullfighting scenes. He won a silver medal at Salzburg International Exhibition and exhibited at the Royal Academy, Royal Scottish Academy and at numerous other venues and was elected a member of the Royal Scottish Watercolour Society in 1906. In 1911 Hansen moved to London and he died in Southend on Sea in 1947. His work is represented in the collection of Glasgow Art Gallery.
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