Anton Mauve was a member of the group of artists known as the Hague School. He influenced his cousin-in-law, Vincent van Gogh in his work and style. Van Gogh looked up to Mauve and mentioned him in over a hundred letters as a major influence in his work. Many of Mauve’s most paintings are of peasant scenes working in the fields. Mauve died suddenly at just 49 years old. His paintings are held extensively in Europe, Holland, The UK, and in Paris, as well as in America in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Art in Boston, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Morning Ride on the Beach 1878,oil on canvas painting by Anton Mauve, depicting horse riders on the beach at Scheveningen.
Shepherdess with Flock of Sheep is a famous Mauve painting which can be seen at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
If you would like a Golden Age reproduction painting please look at our catalogue of Anton Mauve paintings available for sale here:
- Morning Ride on the Beach 1878 By Anton Mauve
- Shepherdess with Flock of Sheep By Anton Mauve
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