Nicolaas Pieneman in 1859
|Died||30 December 1860 (aged 51)|
Nicolaas Pieneman (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈnikoːlaːs ˈpinəˌmɑn]; 1 January 1809 – 30 December 1860) was a Dutch painter, art collector, lithographer, and sculptor. His work was part of the painting event in the art competition at the 1928 Summer Olympics.
Pieneman studied under his father and also at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Amsterdam; he was a pupil of Jean Baptiste Madou. He specialised in paintings of recent history and in portraits. He was a friend of William II of the Netherlands; he painted the king's inauguration in 1840, and many members of the royal family. His pupils were Jan Daniël Beijnon, Johannes Arnoldus Boland, Conradijn Cunaeus, Bernard te Gempt, Hendrik Hollander, Willem Johann Martens, Johan Heinrich Neuman, Jan Frederik Tack, and Antonie Frederik Zürcher.
Honours and affiliations
The Submission of Prince Dipo Negoro to General De Kock (c. 1830–1835)
Murder attempt against William the Silent in 1582 (1838)
The Inauguration of King William II in the Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam on 28 November 1840 (1840–1845)
Portrait of Jan Jacob Rochussen, Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies (1845)
Portrait of William III, King of the Netherlands (1856)
Portrait of Johannes Bosscha (1857)
Portrait of King William III (1859)
Portrait of Jan Willem Pieneman, Painter, Father of Nicolaas Pieneman (1860)
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