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Jacob Maris

Windmill by a Stream in Winter

VAT reduced rateUK: Greenford Park Warehouse

Estimate:

30,000 to - 50,000 GBP

Property from a Dutch Private Collection

Jacob Maris

Jacob Maris

Windmill by a Stream in Winter

Windmill by a Stream in Winter

Estimate:

30,000 to - 50,000 GBP

Property from a Dutch Private Collection

Jacob Maris

Dutch

1837 - 1899

Windmill by a Stream in Winter


signed J. Maris lower right

oil on canvas

Unframed: 125 by 92.5cm., 49¼ by 36½in.

Framed: 165 by 136cm., 65 by 53½in.

The canvas has a wax lining. There are no signs of retouching visible under ultra-violet light. The painting presents well.


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Sale: C.F. Roos, Amsterdam, 21 March 1899, lot 61
J.B. Bennett & Sons Ltd., Glasgow
Sir John Reid, Glasgow (by 1913)
Mrs. E.M. Salvesen, Glassel House, Banchory, Glasgow (by 1935)
Sale: Christie’s, Amsterdam, 18 April 2000, lot 225
Purchased at the above sale by the present owner
The Connoisseur, XXVII, June 1910, p. 140, illustrated
James L. Caw, The Collection of Pictures of the British, French and Dutch Schools belonging to John Reid, Glasgow, 1913, p. 161, illustrated
London, French Gallery, Selected pictures by Jacob Maris, Anton Mauve and Henri Fantin-Latour, 1910, no. 24, illustrated in the catalogue
Kirkcaldy, Kirkcaldy Art Gallery, Inaugural Loan Exhibition, 1925
Aberdeen, Aberdeen Art Gallery, Festival Exhibition, Paintings from North East Homes, n.d.
The Hague, Gemeente Museum, Maris Tentoonstelling, 1935-36, no. 71a
The Hague, Gemeente Museum, Meesters van de Haagse School, 1965, no. 48
The present work was in the collection of John Reid by 1913. He was a collector based in Glasgow who had an interest in British and French paintings and particularly Dutch artists such as Jozef Israels, Willem Maris, Bernard Blommers, Hendrik Willem Mesdag, Anton Mauve and Louis Apol. John Forbes White was reputed to have brought the first Corot into Scotland, and collectors in the North recognized early the merits of the Barbizon School, Dutch Romantic painters and the Impressionists.