The School of The Hague

Joseph Israels            Anton Mauve           Jacob and Mathys Maris         J M Graad Van Roggen       P J Arenzen 

The Hague School is the name given to a group of artists who lived and worked in The Hague between 1860 and 1890. Their work was heavily influenced by the realist painters of the French Barbizon school. The painters of the Hague school generally made use of relatively sombre colours, which is why the Hague School is sometimes called the Gray School. Artists who were influenced by the Hague School include Vincent van Gogh, Piet Mondrian, George Hendrik Breitner, Jan Toorop and Isaac IsraŽls

 

Paul Antheunis

25,50 by 36 cm

Pencil signed

 

 

P.J.Arenzen (1817-1891)

27 by 34,50

Signd in pencil: P.J.Arenzen (1817-1891)
Epreuve sur Japon

On pencil: "La route de Middeharmis", par M.Hobbema (1625-1670)

 

 

 

46 by 58 cm

Unsigned.

In pencil: Eau-forte par ? d'apres Rembrandt

behoort vermoedelijk aan P Pothash te Laren, vroeger te Parijs au -'10

 

 

Jozef Israels   (1824-1911)

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