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Jan Michiel Ruyten (1813-1881) - Fisherman on the beach of the White Cliffs of Etretat, France

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Jan Michiel Ruyten (1813-1881)
Signature: Bottom right, Antwerp
Work dimensions: 102 x 77 cm
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More information about the artist can be found on the RKD website:
https: //rkd. nl/explore/artists/69069
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provenance:
- Sotheby's Amsterdam, 2003
- Private collection, Netherlands
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Jan Michiel Ruyten (1813-1881) is one of the 19th-century Belgian masters who were strongly influenced by the Dutch romantic painters. Born and educated in Antwerp, the painter left for our country around 1840, probably to The Hague, where he lived until 1870. There he became acquainted with the work of Andreas Schelfhout and his student Wijnand Nuyen, which had a major influence on his choice of subject. Until then, Ruyten mainly painted cityscapes, in the Netherlands he added river views, harbors and ice views to his repertoire. Although Schelfhout is clearly his inspiration in this latter genre, his work deviates from that of his great example in a very original and un-Dutch way. After 1870 he returned to painting city corners and markets.
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Viewing is of course possible. We also have our own in-house frame shop, which is celebrating its 85th anniversary. We also use restorers from the trade organization: 'Restauratoren Nederland'. If you would like to use this, we would of course like to hear from you.
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Jan Michiel Ruyten (1813-1881)
Signature: Bottom right, Antwerp
Work dimensions: 102 x 77 cm
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More information about the artist can be found on the RKD website:
https: //rkd. nl/explore/artists/69069
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provenance:
- Sotheby's Amsterdam, 2003
- Private collection, Netherlands
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Jan Michiel Ruyten (1813-1881) is one of the 19th-century Belgian masters who were strongly influenced by the Dutch romantic painters. Born and educated in Antwerp, the painter left for our country around 1840, probably to The Hague, where he lived until 1870. There he became acquainted with the work of Andreas Schelfhout and his student Wijnand Nuyen, which had a major influence on his choice of subject. Until then, Ruyten mainly painted cityscapes, in the Netherlands he added river views, harbors and ice views to his repertoire. Although Schelfhout is clearly his inspiration in this latter genre, his work deviates from that of his great example in a very original and un-Dutch way. After 1870 he returned to painting city corners and markets.
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Viewing is of course possible. We also have our own in-house frame shop, which is celebrating its 85th anniversary. We also use restorers from the trade organization: 'Restauratoren Nederland'. If you would like to use this, we would of course like to hear from you.
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