Jacob Jan Coenraad Spohler was taught by his father Jan Jacob, and proved to be a good student by specialising in landscapes, with both summer and winter views. He particularly painted ice pleasures with many figures: snow-covered farmlands along mirroring ice fields with swaying skaters and a biscuit stand, rendered in infinite variations. J.J.C. Spohler lived and worked in Amsterdam and exhibited his paintings regularly, including at the Living Masters exhibitions.
Jan Jacob Coenraad Spholer (1837-1894) - Winter landscape
Typical painting by Spohler with a winter landscape and skating figures
Oil on canvas.
Dimensions 43 x 66 cm
The painting is signed on the left.
Originating from a private Collection