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Koppenol Cornelis

Zoetemeer 1865 – 1946 The Hague

Dutch Painter

A Summer’s Day

Signature: Signed bottom left
Medium: Oil on canvas
Dimensions: Image size 29 x 43 cm, frame size 37 x 52 cm

Value: up to 5.000€

Koppenol Cornelis was born on December 26 in 1865 in Zoetmeer, The Netherlands.

He was a Dutch painter of genre scenes, portraits, still lifes, flowers, beach scenes with figures, cows and sheep markets, landscapes with farm workers, farm interiors. He is known especially for paintings with farm girls with geese and old buildings in The Hague. He was also a watercolourist, draughtsman, etcher and lithographer.

Koppenol lived and worked in Leiden and Delft approx. 1890 – 1891, in Rijswijk until 1895, The Hague until 1910 and in Nunspeet 1913. He returned to The Hague in 1913.

He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts with master teachers Fr. Becker, J. Ph. Becker, J. PH. Koelman and A. van den Berg.

He taught at the Academy in The Hague. His pupils were his partner Anna Elisabeth Frederika Lehmann (1876-1956), François Pierre Emile Nocker (1884 -1955), Christiaan Gerrit Polder (1897-1981), Jan Boon (1882 – 1975).

Koppenol died on September 7 in 1946 in The Hague. Today, his works can be found in private and public collections, including The Hague Museum, in the Town Hall of The Hague, Museum Amsterdam and Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.

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