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Nicolaas Johannes Roosenboom

(1805 -  1880 )
ROOSENBOOM Nicolaas Johannes Dutch Landscape

Twents Veilinghuis
Jul 5, 2013
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Nicolaas Johannes Roosenboom - Diversion On The Ice With A Fortified City And Castle In The Distance

Nicolaas Johannes Roosenboom - Diversion On The Ice With A Fortified City And Castle In The Distance

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Lot number: 72
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Description: Diversion on the ice with a fortified city and castle in the distance Signed l.r. Oil on panel, 36.8 x 51.6 cm Provenance: - Private collection, The Netherlands - Auction Christie's Amsterdam, 20 September 2011, lot 274 - Private collection, The Netherlands Nicolaas Johannes Roosenboom (Schellingwoude 1805 - Assen 1880)
Nicolaas Johannes Roosenboom - Harbor Scene

Nicolaas Johannes Roosenboom - Harbor Scene

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Lot number: 38
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Nicolaas Johannes Roosenboom (1805-1880), Harbor Scene, 19th C.
Oil on panel
Holland, around mid-19th century
Nicolaas Johannes Roosenboom (1805-1880) - Dutch landscape, genre and marine painter as well as printmaker
Signed lower right, \‘J. Roosenboom. f\’\’\’\’
Dimensions: 22.5 x 31 cm
In partly gilt wooden stucco frame: 38 x 46 cm
Good condition
Provenance: Private collection, Germany
Nicolaas Johannes Roosenboom - Figures On A Country Road, A Distant Town Beyond

Nicolaas Johannes Roosenboom - Figures On A Country Road, A Distant Town Beyond

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Lot number: 1648
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NICOLAAS JOHANNES ROOSENBOOM (1805-1880)

FIGURES ON A COUNTRY ROAD, A DISTANT TOWN BEYOND

Signed, oil on panel

34.5 x 47cm.

++ A little retouching and craquelure

Condition reports are available via the \‘View Complete Catalogue\’\’ link at www.lawrences.co.uk
Nicolaas Johannes Roosenboom - Dutch Landscape

Nicolaas Johannes Roosenboom - Dutch Landscape

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Lot number: 1208
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Signed N. Roosenboom 1900, oil on panel, Dutch landscape with figures and farm 60x80cm. Cond:. GSigned N. Roosenboom 1900 Öl auf Holz, Holländische Landschaft mit Figuren und Bauernhof 60x80cm. Cond:. G

Signed N. Roosenboom 1900, oil on panel, Dutch landscape with figures and farm 60x80cm. Cond:. G
Nicolaas Johannes Roosenboom - Skaters On The Ij, Amsterdam

Nicolaas Johannes Roosenboom - Skaters On The Ij, Amsterdam

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Lot number: 168
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100 by 127 cm.
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signed l.r.
oil on canvas
PROVENANCE
Private collection, United KingdomSale London, 30 November 1984, lot 6Sale London (Christie's) 21 June 1985, lot 11Private collection, United StatesSale London (Christie's), 6 April 2000, lot 13Private collection, Canada
CATALOGUE NOTE
Of all the pupils of Andreas Schelfhout, Nicholaas JohannesRoosenboom proved to be by far the most talented. Like his master,his strength lay in picturesque winter landscapes, of which thepresent lot is an impressive example. In the first half of the19th century Schelfhout had introduced the wintry scenesas a new genre. Originally meant as a companion piece to the summerversion, Schelfhout gave the initial impetus to treat them as anindependent motif. His pupil took up on this, sensing that thedemand for winter scenes was greater than for summer landscapes. Inaddition, winter scenes that were topographically interestingproved very popular. The current lot is an excellent example ofthis.In this monumental depiction of skaters on the frozen river IJ nearAmsterdam, one can see how Roosenboom was influenced by his famousmaster. The presence of horses and dogs on the glittering ice canbe traced back to Schelfhout's love of staffage with these animals.The scene is magnificently decorated with numerous figures, sleighsand boats, all executed with meticulous and colourful details. Inthe depiction of the ice Roosenboom shows himself worthy of histeacher: the scratches, tears, floes and reflections have all beendepicted loosely and apparently effortless with great naturalquality.Roosenboom's originality however stands out by painting this sceneagainst the majestic backdrop of the typically gabled houses ofAmsterdam. In front and to the left of them, huge three-masterswith their sails lowered lie frozen in the ice. The tower of theWesterkerk rises proudly above the horizon, under the pinkish glowof an afternoon sky. This monumental painting can well beconsidered one of his very best winter landscapes ever. This workcould be dated 1846-1847, when Roosenboom was known to be workingin Amsterdam.
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