A bit of paint missing (partly restored) and damage (see the photos).
Dievenbach was the son of Hendricus Anthonius Dievenbach and Christina de Wilde. His father was chief supervisor of the Pavilion Welgelegen in Haarlem, where part of the Rijksmuseum's collection of paintings was kept, and then of the then new Rijksmuseum Amsterdam. 
Dievenbach attended drawing school in Haarlem and the arts and crafts school in Amsterdam. He continued his education at the Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten (1892-1896) in Amsterdam as a student of, among others, August Allebé and Nicolaas van der Waay.  In 1897, he married Maria Elisabeth Christina ter Weeme (1866-1943), sister of the painter Theo ter Weeme. The family moved to Hilversum in 1899 and in 1910 to Laren.
The artist drew and painted figuratively in a traditional style, mostly still lifes and farmer’s interiors. He was a member of Arti et Amicitiae and Sint Lucas, with whom he regularly exhibited. He was also a member of the Vereeniging Beeldende Kunstenaars Laren-Blaricum since its founding in 1921. Since 1924. he managed the association's artist depot, together with his wife. Dievenbach gaf les aan Johann Wilhelm Henke, Jan Verhoeven en Johanna Helena Viertelhausen.
Dievenbach died in his hometown of Laren, at the age of 73. Source: Wikipedia.
- Hendrikus Antonius Dievenbach (1872-1946)
- Titolo dell'opera
- Portret van een man met hoed
- 20e eeuw
- Olio su tela
- Firmato a mano
- Vendita con cornice
- 3 kg
- Dimensioni dell’immagine
- 50×40 cm
- Dimensioni totali
- 65×55×6 cm