Jan Mankes (1889-1920)
Jan Mankes painted his daily environment in a calm and attentive way. The sensitivity and fragility of his works are sought-after by Dutch art lover, making Mankes known as 'Holland's most tranquil painter'. His oeuvre consists of less than 200 paintings and about 50 prints. Most of his works are in Dutch museum collections like Museum More, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and het Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.
Bob Scholte Fine Art sold more than 40 prints and five oil paintings by Jan Mankes last year. As a Mankes collector you have come to the right place. The collection exists of a number of original works by Jan Mankes, such as Twee muizen, Paard, Kraai met mugje, Schreeuwende kraai, but also more special prints such as Bosrand, Herfsttuin, Portrait of Annie Mankes Zernike and Zeelt. Are you looking for a specific color print? Just send me a message. Only a part of the collection is online. Send me a message via the contact form.
Jan Mankes, Lelieveld (1912), oil on canvas, 27 x 22 cm.
Bob Scholte Fine Art acted as a broker between the seller Kunsthandel Ivo Bouwman and an American client. Photo: Kunsthandel Ivo Bouwman