Achter Rustenburg

Show simple item record Miolee, Adrianus, 1879-1961
dc.coverage.spatial Europe en
dc.coverage.spatial The Netherlands en
dc.coverage.spatial Vlissingen en
dc.coverage.temporal 19th century en
dc.coverage.temporal 1879-1961 2012-10-17T10:25:17Z 2012-10-17T10:25:17Z 1920 2012-10-17
dc.description Dry needle etching of a small farmers house next to a long wooden fence, a stone wall is a remainder of the Rustenburg estate. Signed in pencil, monogram "AM" printed, "Eigendruk" inscribed, and titled on back. en
dc.description.abstract Mr JA van Tilburg bequeathed his "prentenkabinet" of over 10 000 graphic works to the University of Pretoria en
dc.description.abstract The artist Adrianus Miolee (1879-1961) was born in Vlissingen and worked in Haarlem. Rustenburg is the former estate of Anna Pawlona, wife to King William II of the Netherlands. In the 1920s all the buildings were demolished for a park. en
dc.description.librarian ab2012 en
dc.description.sponsorship Jacob van Tilburg en
dc.format.extent Printed surface: 165mm x 245mm en
dc.format.medium Dry needle etching on paper en
dc.relation.ispartofseries 294799 en
dc.rights Copyright electronic version: University of Pretoria en
dc.subject Dutch impressionism en
dc.subject Dutch art en
dc.subject Impressionism en
dc.subject.lcsh Impressionist artists -- The Netherlands en
dc.subject.lcsh Impressionism (Art) -- The Netherlands en
dc.subject.lcsh Art, Dutch en
dc.subject.lcsh Dry point en
dc.subject.lcsh Etching, Dutch en
dc.subject.lcsh Etching -- 19th century en
dc.title Achter Rustenburg du
dc.title.alternative Behind Rustenburg en
dc.type Still Image en

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