47 Emanuel Murant as draughtsman by A. WELCKER. The landscape-painter, Emanuel Murant, who created a genre of his own in the represent- ation of old houses, dilapidated barns and other buildings, was well known, though not as a draughtsman, until two drawings of his came to light, the one bearing his monogram (fig. 1), the other with his name in full (fig. 3). Since then others have been identified. He would appear to have been as scrupulously exact and clever as a drawer as he was as a painter. The subjects of his drawings are those of his paintings, old planks, props, grindstones and rubbish, which, in spite of the nervous restlessness in his manner of drawing, he was able to make into a picturesque whole. Van Wurzbach has termed him an imitator of Paul Potter, Hobbema and van der Heyden. In so far as they practised the same genre this can be acceded, but his drawings, which are too original and differ too much from theirs, stamp him as a clever original draughtsman entirely true to himself. Wij kunnen nog voor een laatsten maal een artikel plaatsen van onzen gewaardeerden medewerker, Dr. A. Heppner, die, het lot
Oud Holland - Quarterly for Dutch Art History – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1946
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