In Collect (Dutch art magazine) this month!
“Winter exhibition The Hague Salon
Three years ago, in The Hague, a fine tradition was born from the collaboration between three art dealers, who are specialized in Art Deco and Art Nouveau. Inspired by 19th century art salons, Jaap Nieuwenhuizen Segaar, Rachel Reijers and Marc Knook joined forces to organize a collaborative exhibition every season. The Winter exhibition, which is held on the 10th and 11th of February, coincides with the 3rd anniversary of their collaboration, and promises to be an extra special edition”…
…”The Winter exhibition will also present an overview of art works that have been sold or borrowed to museums. A particularly interesting piece is a unique copper inkstand from 1903, the sale of which to the The Hague Gemeentemuseum was recently finalized.”
~Sold to the The Hague Gemeentemuseum and showcased at the upcoming art exhibition ‘Art Nouveau in the Netherlands’ (from 21 April till 28 October 2018) ~
A unique copper and enamel inkstand, 1903, designed by Theo Nieuwenhuis (1866-1951), commissioned by mr. F. Kranenburg, an Amsterdam lawyer. The lids of the inkwells are decorated with four-leaf clovers and the jars are adorned with signs of the zodiac. One jar shows the Amsterdam coat of arms, the other shows the face of a clock. Marked with the date 1903, the Amsterdam coat of arms and the initials FK.
Size: L x W x H: 35 cm x 21,5 cm x 15 cm
Execution: Van Wisselingh & Co, Amsterdam