Old coloured etchings (aquatint) of St-rombouts in Mechelen.
Signed in pencil epreuve d'etat.
Marten Van der Loo (Mortsel 21 December 1880 - Antwerp 19 May 1920) was a Belgian romantic-realistic painter and engraver.
He studied at the academy of Antwerp under the etching and engraver Frans Lauwers and the painter and watercolourist Frans van Leemputten, Eugène Siberdt and led by Vinck.
He was a painter and engraver (etching and aquatint) of romantic-realistic Flemish landscapes, cityscapes (with a preference for streets with old houses) and marines. A self-taught etcher.
Marten van der Loo joined the art group "De Scalden" and won a prestigious prize with the etching "oude huisjes te Gent". In 1908, he participated with three pieces in the exhibition in Bruges -Bruges - ses Peintres; Exposition internationale de Beaux-Arts. In 1913, he had an exhibition in the Brussels art circle Cercle Artistique et Littéraire.
The Smedenpoort in Bruges.
The tomb monument of Marten Van der Loo is located in the cemetery of Berchem. The medallion was made by Floris De Cuyper.
Will be sent carefully with track and trace.
- Marten Van der Loo (1880 - 1920)
- Titolo dell'opera
- st-rombouts cathedraal in mechelen
- Firmato a mano
- In buone condizioni
- Vendita con cornice
- Dimensioni dell’immagine
- 30×40 cm
- Dimensioni totali
- 48×2×57 cm