€500,00 incl. tax
Portrait of Hélène Kröller-Müller
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)
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.
Hélène Kröller-Müller (1869-1939) was one of the first European women to put together a major art collection. She is credited with being one of the first collectors to recognise the genius of Vincent van Gogh. She donated her entire collection to the Dutch people, along with her and her husband’s large forested country estate. Today it is the Kröller-Müller Museum and sculpture garden and Hoge Veluwe National Park, the largest national park in the Netherlands.
Portrait of Hélène Kröller-Müller 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.