IDBURY PRINTS

The artists of the Hague School worked in the latter half of the nineteenth century in a realist style profoundly influenced by the French painters of the Barbizon School. They in turn influenced Vincent van Gogh, who studied under the Hague School artist Anton Mauve, who was his cousin by marriage. We have original etchings by major Hague School artists, including Jozef Israëls amd Bernardus Johannes Blommers, and lesser-known artists such as Egbert Schaap, Storm van Gravesande, and Marius Bauer. We also have interpretative etchings after Hague School artists such as Anton Mauve, Johannes Bosboom, and Jacob and Matthijs Maris. Many of these interpretative etchings are by the celebrated Dutch etcher Philip Zilcken. We include one Frenchman, Alphonse Stengelin, in the Hague School, because of his Dutch subject matter and his close friendship with Zilcken.

 
MATTHIJS MARIS
"He is coming!", 1888
Etching
 
WILLEM BASTIAAN THOLEN
A street in the early morning, 1900
Wood engraving
 
FRANS PIETER TER MEULEN
A winter's evening, 1900
Etching
 
JAN HILLEBRAND WIJSMULLER
A winter's landscape, 1901
Etching
 
JOZEF ISRAELS
A young sempstress, 1898
Etching
 
PAUL JOSEPH CONSTANTIN GABRIEL
At the turnpike, 1898
Etching
 
CAREL NICOLAAS STORM VAN 'S GRAVESANDE
Canal, c.1892
Etching/aquatint
 
CAREL NICOLAAS STORM VAN 'S GRAVESANDE
Decline of day, 1897
Lithograph
 
FREDERICUS JACOBUS VAN ROSSUM DU CHATTEL
Evening, 1900
Etching
 
BERNARDUS JOHANNES BLOMMERS
Girl and child, 1888
Etching
 
ANTON MAUVE
Girl leading a cow, 1888
Etching
 
GERARDINA VAN DE SANDE BAKHUYZEN
Grapes, 1898
Wood engraving

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