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W.O.J Nieuwenkamp (1874-1950)

W.O.J Nieuwenkamp

Canton

With the artists studiostamp on the reverse
Oil on canvas
150 x 180 cm.

Provenance:
Estate of the artist

W.O.J Nieuwenkamp

Laundress on the river Ganges, Benares

With the artists studiostamp on the reverse
Oil on panel
60 x 50 cm.

Provenance:
Estate of the artist.

W.O.J Nieuwenkamp

The first humam couple

With the artists studiostamp on the reverse
Oil on canvas
50 x 40 cm.

Provenance:
Estate of the artist.

W.O.J Nieuwenkamp

Temple in the Desse Bangli, Bali, 1918

Signed with the artists initials, dated and with location on the lower side
Black chalk and ink on paper
49 x 36,5 cm.

Provenance:
Estate of the artist.

W.O.J Nieuwenkamp

Section of the ring wall of the Taj Mahal, Agra, India 1914

Signed with the artists initials and dated lower right
Black chalk on paper
45,5 x 53 cm.

Provenance:
Estate of the artist.

W.O.J Nieuwenkamp

Entrance of the Kloengkoeng temple, Bali, 1925

With the artists studiostamp on the reverse, dated and with location lower left
Black chalk on paper
53 x 46,5 cm.

Provenance:
Estate of the artist.

W.O.J Nieuwenkamp

Performer in Boeboenan, Bali

Signed with the artists initials lower right
Pencil and ink on paper
24,8 x 17,5 cm.

Provenance:
Estate of the artist.

W.O.J Nieuwenkamp

Wobbly bridge, Tabanan, Bali, 1937

Signed with the artists initials lower right and dated lower left
Pencil and ink on paper
22 x 26,3 cm.

Provenance:
Estate of the artist.

W.O.J Nieuwenkamp

Four Bangka boats on the Beach of Koesambe, Bali, 1937

Signed with the artists initials, dated and with location lower right
Pencil and ink on paper
29,7 x 35 cm.

Provenance:
Estate of the artist.

W.O.J Nieuwenkamp

Entrance of the Goa Gajah, Bali, 1937

Signed with the artists initials and dated lower right
Black chalk and ink on paper
31,5 x 29,5 cm.

Provenance:
Estate of the artist.

W.O.J Nieuwenkamp

Sculpture of Vishnu Garuda, Bali 1904

Signed with the artists initials lower middle
Pencil and ink on paper
21,4 x 21,3 cm.

Provenance:
Estate of the artist.

W.O.J Nieuwenkamp

Stone sculpture in the Madura temple, India 1914

Signed with the artists initials upper right
Pencil on paper
21,2 x 16,7 cm.

Provenance:
Estate of the artist.

W.O.J Nieuwenkamp

Four Balinese

Signed and dated lower left, 1910
Pencil and ink on paper
15,6 x 23 cm.

Provenance:
Estate of the artist.

W.O.J Nieuwenkamp

Stone sculpture in the Madura temple, India 1914

Signed with the artists initials and dated lower left
Pencil on paper
25,4 x 16,7 cm.

Provenance:
Estate of the artist.

W.O.J Nieuwenkamp

a lioncage of ice, 1942

Signed with the artists initials lower left and dated lower right
Pencil and ink heightened with white on paper
22 x 20 cm.

Provenance:
Estate of the artist.

W.O.J Nieuwenkamp

Market square in Haarlem

Signed lower left
Ink on paper
23 x 20,3 cm.

Provenance:
Estate of the artist.

W.O.J Nieuwenkamp

Seraja Mountains with the Goeroeng Agoeng, Bali, seen from the sea

With the artists studiostamp on the reverse
Pencil and ink on paper
18,5 x 21 cm.

Provenance:
Estate of the artist.

W.O.J Nieuwenkamp

Rice barns in the front yard of a rich Balines in Singaradja, 1904

Signed lower middle and dated lower left
Pencil and ink on paper
21,5 x 21,4 cm.

Provenance:
Estate of the artist.

W.O.J Nieuwenkamp

Rear facade of the old castle in Coevorden, 1898

Signed lower right
Ink on paper
18,8 x 26 cm.

Provenance:
Estate of the artist.

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W.O.J Nieuwenkamp

Artists

W.O.J Nieuwenkamp

(1874-1950)

Wijnand
Otto Jan Nieuwenkamp was born in Amsterdam in 1874. He was a multitalented
artist. He was a painter, draftsman, graphic artist, architect, writer and
ethnographer. He married his rich niece, Anna Wilbrink, in 1898. this allowed
him to travel with his boat - The Wanderer - in which his studio was
established.

Because
of his financial situation he could travel even more and further. Nieuwenkamp
was the first western artist on Bali and Lombok. He also travelled to other
Indonesian islands, Egypt, India and Italy. The main part of his work is
inspired by his travels. In 1920 he moved to Italy and bought a villa near
Florence. He lived here until his death in 1950.