Three German Clowns in the circus ring

Three German Clowns in the circus ring

Maks, Kees [4]
(Amsterdam, 1876 - Amsterdam, 1967)

Details

Databanknummer:
82267
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Technische details

Kunstvorm:
Schilder- en Tekenkunst
Technieken:
Gemengde techniek
Dragers:
Papier
Lengte:
46.4 cm
Breedte:
65.1 cm
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Beschrijving

Signed lower right.
Exhibited: Museum Kunsthal, Rotterdam, Kees Maks, Schilder van het mondaine leven,18 January - 21 April 2002
Note: Around 1920, Maks often painted colourful circus artists. Showgirls, artists with their horses, acrobats and perhaps the most appealing to the imagination: the three German clowns. Maks is known for his mundane impressionist, but static figures, which he also painted in oil. This watercolour is most likely a study for the well-known work Three German Clowns in the collection of Frans Hals Museum in Haarlem (inv. no. 5197). The quick brushwork and colours emphasize the dynamics between the three acting clowns.

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