This is a very large and impressive painting. Nico Wilhelm Jungmann (Amsterdam, February 5, 1872 - London, August 14, 1935), also known as Nico Jungman, was a Dutch painter of landscapes and figural subjects. (He frequently signed his works "Nico Jungman"). We have included some facts about him at the bottom of the listing. His works frequently have brought many thousands of dollars. In 2003, one of his paintings was sold at Christies for over 8000 Euros, which meant that the price in USDollars was in the neighborhood of $11,000.00.
Medium: Oil on Canvas.
Size: Sight 29 1/2" by 24". Framed 39" by 34"
Signed: Lower Right "Nico Jungman"
Condition: The painting is in Very Good Condition. The frame is in Fair Condition with a large number of losses (see photos).
Jungmann was born in Amsterdam, where he was apprenticed to a church painter, and studied at the Rijksakademie. He came to London about 1893 on a scholarship and became a naturalized British subject, returning to Holland frequently, to paint in Volendam. In 1900 Jungmann married Beatrix Mackay with whom he had three children, Loyd, Zita (1903-2006) and Teresa (nicknamed "Baby") (1907-2010). As a naturalised Briton, he was interned by German forces during the First World War, which led eventually to the break-up of his marriage. Jungmann made several painting excursions to Brittany and Holland with his friend and fellow-painter Charles W. Bartlett. He illustrated topographical books on Holland (1904) and Norway (1905) for which his wife Beatrix wrote the text, as well as one on Normandy (1905) with a text by Geraldine Edith Mitton. He died, aged 63, in London.
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