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Painting Title On the Beach
Collection York Art Gallery
Artist Mauve, Anton (Dutch artist, 1838-1888)
Date Earliest about 1875
Date Latest 1888
Signed yes
Description Two horses are pulling a cart across a flat beach; two figures are in the sea to the left. Anthonij (Anton) Rudolf Mauve was a Dutch realist painter who was a leading member of the Hague School. He was a very significant early influence on his cousin-in-law Vincent van Gogh. Most of Mauve's works show people and animals in outdoor settings. The painting YORAG : 562 seems to be influenced by the art of the Impressionists; another undated painting by Mauve which is close in theme, style and colours is in the Musée d'Orsay in Paris (Gathering Seaweed (Le ramassage du goémon), RF 2552, ).
Current Accession Number YORAG : 562
Inscription front lr ‘A. Mauve’
Subject landscape; figure; animal (horse)
Measurements 30.5 x 45.8 cm
Material oil on canvas
Acquisition Details Purchased from Arthur Coulter, York 1951.
Principal Exhibitions Wasser in der Kunst vom Mittelalter bis Heute, Städtische Galerie Uberlingen, 2004.
Publications PREVIEW. City of York Art Gallery Quarterly, 14, April 1951, vol. IV, p. 159; York Art Gallery Catalogue - Catalogue of Paintings, Vol. III: English and European 19th and 20th centuries, The Reserve Collection, City of York Art Gallery, York, 1974, pp. 51-52, pl. 13; Wasser in der Kunst vom Mittelalter bis Heute, Städtisches Kulturamt Uberlingen, 2004, p. 185; Oil Paintings in Public Ownership. North Yorkshire, London, 2006, p. 309.
Notes At the Yorkshire Fine Art and Industrial Institution Exhibition in 1879 there was a painting described as 'Carting Sea Weed' by Mauve (no. 963), which belonged to Mr. Hanson Freeman, but it is uncertain if this might refer to YORAG : 562, as the painting was catalogued in the section of watercolour drawings.
Rights Owner York Museums Trust (York Art Gallery)
Author Dr Magdalena Łanuszka
 

 

 

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