Beautiful watercolours of the Moses and Aäronkerk in Amsterdam by
Clemens Merkelbach van Enkhuysen in 1969. Probably made for a postcard.
Signed watercolour (monochrome) on paper.
Also signed and dated on the front and back of the canvas.
Clemens Merkelbach van Enkhuizen was born on 8th June 1937 in Roosendaal and Nispen. In 1963, Clemens graduated from the Amsterdam Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten. During an extra year, he specialised in portraiture. Mr Merkelbach is described in the Lexicon by Pieter Scheen as an 'excellent portrait painter' and characterized as an impressionist. After the Rijksakademie, he received many portrait assignments and he drew cityscapes for the Topografische Atlas van het Stadsarchief, for example.
In Merkelbach's body of work, the urge to hold on to the impermanent is visible more often. In 1997, a biography of Guus van den Hout was published: Clemens Merkelbach van Enkhuizen. Portrait painter and topographer.
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- Clemens Merkelbach van Enkhuysen (1937 - ? )
- Taideteoksen nimi
- Mozes en Aäronkerk - Amsterdam
- Hyvässä kunnossa
- Kuvan koko
- 22.5×29 cm
- 24.2×31×0 cm