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    Isaac Israëls (1865 - 1934) - View of the Noordermarkt

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    Artist: Isaac Israëls (1865 – 1934)

    Title: View of the Noordermarkt

    Signature: Signed lower right

    Material: Water colour

    Measurements: 57 cm H x 50 cm W

    Provenance: Dutch private collection

    Description

    Isaac Israels (1865 – 1934), together with George Hendrik Breitner, was the leading representative of the group of Amsterdam Impressionists. He painted fragments of life he chanced across in the capital’s shopping streets, coffee houses and café-chantants, where busy urban living was played out. In a few apt charcoal lines or quick, spontaneous brushstrokes, with subtle colour accents, he captured everything he saw. Israels also painted beach scenes at Scheveningen and was an adept portrait artist. In 1903 he settled in Paris for several years.

    In this watercolor Israëls captured a young woman returning from the Noordermarkt carrying a basket full of goods. Verso a document stating that this watercolor was on loan at the Frans Halsmuseum, Haarlem, in 1965.

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