Riding in a Horse Sleigh - Holland
Riding in a Horse Sleigh - Holland
Riding in a Horse Sleigh - Holland
Riding in a Horse Sleigh - Holland

NICO JUNGMAN (1872-1935)

Riding in a Horse Sleigh - Holland

c. 1904 United Kingdom

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Jungman was born in Amsterdam where he studied at the Rijksakademie and was apprenticed to a church interior designer and painter. He moved to London in 1893 and became a naturalised Englishman and married Beatrix Mackay. As an illustrator, figure and portrait painter, Dutch figures and customs remained a source for many of his works and he made frequent painting trips of Holland, Brittany and elsewhere on the Continent. Jungman held his first one-man show at the Dowdeswell Gallery in 1899 and exhibited the Royal Academy, Grosvenor Gallery, Royal Society of British Artists and in Munich, Paris and Brussels. He illustrated topographical books on Holland (1904) and Norway (1905) and Normandy (1905). At the outbreak of World War I he was in Germany and was interned in Ruhleben civilian detention camp. His series of paintings of the camp are in the collection the Imperial War Museum, London.

The picture is accompanied by a 1909 edition of Jungman’s Holland which includes the illustration of this watercolour.
London, The Leicester Galleries, An Exhibition of Pictures of Holland by Nico Jungmann, June 1904, no.57.
Nico Jungman and Beatrix Jungman, Holland, London 1904, illus. op. p.46.
Height 32.00 cm (12.60 inches)
Width 23.50 cm (9.25 inches)
External Height 45.00 cm (17.72 inches)
External Width 37.00 cm (14.57 inches)
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Watercolour and bodycolour over traces of pencil heightened with white
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