David Schulman (Hilversum 1881-Laren 1966)
Boerendorp, Achterberg Rhenen
Oil on canvas 34,6*48,8 inch (88*124 cm), Framed 42,5*56,7 inch (108*144 cm)
Signed l.r. and titled on the reverse
Lived and worked in Laren and occasionally in Rhenen, Noordwijk and around the Zuiderzee. Formed himself and painted landscapes (especially winters), village views and harbor views around the Zuiderzee in an impressionistic style. Received the Willink van Collen Prize in 1909 and medals at the int. exhibitions in Santiago (1910), San Francisco (1915), Amsterdam (1930) and Rotterdam (1936). In 1939 Queen Wilhelmina awarded the gold medal to David Schulman. Work by Schulman can be found in the National Collection and in the Goois Museum, among others. Achterberg is a small village near Rhenen, the Netherlands.