Lot 189
Nineteenth Century & Early Modern Art | 18 November 2021
Hendrik Jan Wolter (1873-1952)

The Pardon of Sainte-Anne-la-Palud, Bretagne

signed ‘Wolter’ (lower left); annotated ‘St. Anne de la Palud’ (lower right)

oil on canvas, 98x124 cm
Painted in 1938.

-Amersfoort, Museum Flehite, ‘Op reis met Hendrik Jan Wolter (1873-1952)’, 28 March-20 June 2010.

-Maarten Jager and Renske van der Linde, ‘Op reis met Hendrik Jan Wolter (1873-1952)’, Amersfoort 2010, ill, p. 88, p. 152.

-Auction, Sotheby’s Mak van Waay, Amsterdam, 15-17 November 1976, lot 178.
-Auction, Venduehuis, The Hague, 29 April 2015, lot 325.

Wolter traveled to Southern Europe, where he mainly painted along the Mediterranean. In many paintings the warmth of the Midi is almost tangible. An exception in his oeuvre is this large painting that he made in 1938 of the procession at the chapel Sainte Anne-la-Palud in Plonévez-Porzay, France. An unusual subject, for which he painted crowds of people at the gray church during the pardon, which is a typically Breton form of pilgrimage. Source: Maarten Jager and Renske van der Linde, ‘Op reis met Hendrik Jan Wolter (1873-1952), p. 81.

Voor deze kunstenaar is volgrecht van toepassing vanaf een hamerprijs van € 2400.

€ 3.000,00
€ 4.000,00