Marine by Christiaan Cornelis Kannemans
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Christiaan Cornelis Kannemans

Marine 1830 - 1865

PaintOil paint
37 ⨯ 53 cm
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Christiaan Cornelis Kannemans (1812-1884) - Marine

Christiaan Cornelis Kannemans was a Dutch painter and photographer. He was one of the first marine painters from North Brabant. Kannemans, who first came to the house as a house painter, built a successful career as a painter. His painter's shop was transformed into a studio. Among other things King William II gave him orders and supported him financially so that he could make study trips along the coasts of some neighboring countries. The sketches he made served as the basis for his artworks. He taught drawing at two schools in Breda. During his life he exhibited in Dunkirk and Philadephia.

Technique: Oil on panel
Size: 37x53 cm.
Signed: Bottom righ

About the Artist

Christiaan Cornelis Kannemans was a Dutch painter and photographer. He was one of the first marine painters from North Brabant. Kannemans, who first came to the house as a house painter, built a successful career as a painter. His painter's shop was transformed into a studio. Among other things King William II gave him orders and supported him financially so that he could make study trips along the coasts of some neighboring countries. The sketches he made served as the basis for his artworks. He taught drawing at two schools in Breda. During his life he exhibited in Dunkirk and Philadephia.