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It seems like today that we were mending cloths to endure the life time of a piece of cloths. Repairing socks or just a simple seem was a skill many of us had. Nowadays we do Yoga or an other mindfullness workshop to feel the tranquilty that depicts this colourful painting. Ada was the wife of Maurice and mother of Sakia Góth.
Signed Goth M lower left
Oil on canvas
Image size 55 x 45 cm
total dimensions: 71 x 61 cm.
Maurice Góth (Avdo Hungary 1873-1944 Amsterdam) was a cosmopolitan. He was the son of a wealthy landowner who insisted on studying law, but during a visit to Munich in 1893 he decided to become an artist after all. He then attended the academies of Vienna, Paris and Bruges and in 1913 traveled to the United States. At the outbreak of war he fled from Panne in Belgium to the neutral Netherlands and ended up in Middelburg and Domburg, where they ended up in Jan Toorop's painters' colony. He drew and painted - also in watercolor - smooth and colorful beaches, harbors (Zeeland), flowers, portraits, figures, animals (horses) and landscapes in an impressionistic style. His works are included in the collections of the Gemeentemuseum, the Centraal Museum and the Drents Museum
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