Vintage Hans Happ Wasserschöpferin Old Well Woman Fetching Water Print on Board



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Mid 20th century reproduction print on board, embellished with a textured varnish, of "Wasserschöpferin" (Woman Fetching Water) originally painted in 1935 by Hans Happ. Reofect Painting - Line No. 1991A - Frame No. 228BR - Order No. 185 - Subject "The Old Well" - Artist: Happ. Beveled gilt frame surrounded by rustic wood.

"Hans Happ (1889–1992) was born in Kempten; his parents came from Frankfurt. As a child he painted mostly horses as he lived next to a post office where horses came in and went out the whole day. The horse theme can often be seen later back in his paintings. In 1917 Happ went into military service; he was taken as a prisoner of war in France and released in 1920. From 1920 to 1923 he studied drawing and painting at the Munich Art Academy with Professor Becker Gundahl, Professor Ludwig von Herterich and Max Doerner. He moved in 1926 to Ludwigshafen. From 1933 onwards Happ lived in Frankfurt am Main; he became teacher at the Frankfurt Art Academy (‘Städelschule’). Happ was a painter and, especially after WWII, a design-weaver and designer of mechanical toys in the form of animals such as swans, birds and horses. His painting style was strongly influenced by the 17th century." (Source: Renegade Tribune)


Good Overall - Gentle wear


30.5" x 2" x 34.5" / Sans Frame - 22.5" x 26.5" (WIdth x Depth x Height)