Eugen Kampf 'Flemish Landscape' Original Chromo Lithograph print German Impressionist Circa 1899.
An atmospheric landscape by the listed German artist Eugen Kampf (1861 - 1933). Born in Aachen, Germany in 1861 Eugen Kampf studied in Antwerp and Brussels and along with his fellow artist brother Arthur was a member of the Dusseldorf school of art. Both were open air landscape painters. Eugen Kampf enjoyed great public success at the time with his Lower Rhine and Flemish landscapes and has works in various German museums and galleries including the National Gallery, Berlin and the Walter-Richartz Museum, Cologne which possesses one of the most extensive collections of German Impressionist and Neo-Impressionist works of art.
Published by The Studio magazine of fine and applied art in 1899 this fine landscape is printed in sepia like tones of brown, ochre and black presenting a very atmospheric if slightly haunting impression of the landscape it represents. Signed by the artist in the plate and carrying the blind stamp of The Studio.
Size: 11" x 7. 3/4". Printed on quality stock with plain back.
Condition: Excellent, please see all scans and as ever I am happy to send more and answer any questions you may have.
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