Augusta Guerdina Peaux

1.090,00 incl. tax

Portrait of Augusta Guerdina Peaux
Acrylic on paper
Paper: Hahnemuhle 300 grams with deckled edges, acid-free paper of high quality, with watermark
Frame: No frame. Framing on request (additional costs involved)
Edition: unique
Size painting: 51,5 (w) x 65,5 (h)
Artist: Jitske Schols
Year of production: 2020
Signed and provided with a certificate of authentification.
Shipping: Pick up by appointment at the artist’s atelier in Amsterdam.

Augusta Guerdina Peaux (1859–1944) was a Dutch poet. She began her publishing career as a writer of prose fiction. In the early 1900s she started publishing poetry in magazines associated with the literary movement known as the Tachtigers, with whom she became associated. She was drawn to Scandinavia and especially Iceland, where she imagined silent landscapes without people. According to a newspaper article from 1939 she deserved to be better known, though she had no wish to seek the spotlights herself.

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Portrait of Augusta Guerdina Peaux in a series about women who played a minor or more significant role in twentieth-century Dutch art history. The artwork was produced in 2020 by artist Jitske Schols. All paintings are unframed unless otherwise stated. Shipping: Pick up by appointment at the artist’s atelier in Amsterdam.