Henri Goovaerts

Dating 1891
Material / technique pencil and ink on paper
Dimensions 8,5 x 7 cm
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Provenance Frits Goovaerts circa 1985 Gift by Frits Goovaerts to present owner...
Current residence Private property Utrecht
Signature none
Headings b. in ink: Geteekend Pincio te Rome (Drawn [at the] Pincio in Rome)
Remarks The Pincio is a hill in Rome.
Dating June 10, 1891
Material / technique pencil on paper
Dimensions 11 x 8,5 cm
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Provenance Frits Goovaerts circa 1985 Gift by Frits Goovaerts to present owner...
Current residence Private property Utrecht
Signature b.l. in ink: HG [underlined]
Headings t.r. in ink: Rome 10 Juni // 1892
Remarks verso a fragment of a pencil sketch of a woman feeding a baby. ...
Dating presumably 1891 - 1894
Material / technique oil on canvas (not tightened)
Dimensions 64 x 53,5 cm
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Provenance Lily Goovaerts 1952 gift by Lily Goovaerts to Stichting Limburgs Kun...
Current residence Collection Bonnefantenmuseum Maastricht, the Netherlands
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Remarks This may be a copy of a painting from one of the museums in Italy or Spain that Goovaerts visited between 189...
Dating presumably 1891 - 1894
Material / technique oil on canvas
Dimensions 175 x 125 cm
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Provenance 2016 purchase from Trijntje Wijfje-Van Schip, Alphen aan de Rijn, the Netherlands, by present owner
Current residence Collection Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht
Signature r. in paint: HRI GOOVAERTS [underlined]
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Remarks This painting is a rarity within the so far known oeuvre of Henri Goovaerts. Are we looking at a study of a l...
Dating circa July 1891
Material / technique oil on canvas
Dimensions 46,5 x 36,5 cm
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Provenance 2007 (April, 19), offered at auction in Germany, lot 722 (reference: www.artprice.com; with probably incorrec...
Current residence unknown
Signature signed and dated [not otherwise specified]
Headings heading [not otherwise specified]
Remarks In July and August 1891 Henri Goovaerts was in Amalfi. (Reference: the archive of the Rijksakademie Amsterdam...
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