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Herman Moerkerk (1879-1949) - The abandoned city - oil on canvas - 85 x 66 cm

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Herman Moerkerk (1879-1949)
Dimensions work: 84 x 66

Provenance: from a Dutch private collection

Herman Moerkerk lived and worked most of his life in 's-Hertogenbosch. Apart from being an artist, he was also active in cultural life there as an art critic, director and designed costumes for revues and allegorical parades. In 1928, Moerkerk moved to Haarlem for a job as publisher/illustrator at Katholieke Illustratie. During this period, he continued to provide artistic support for Bossche events and also gained national fame for his work. Moerkerk painted excellent portraits, still lifes, Brabant interiors and village and cityscapes and was a witty illustrator.

Viewing is of course possible. We also have our own in-house frame shop, which is celebrating its 85th anniversary year. We also use restorers from the trade association 'Restauratoren Nederland'. If you would like to make use of them, please let us know.

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