Johann Hendrick van Mastenbroek
(1875 - 1945)
Johann Hendrick van Mastenbroek was active/lived in Netherlands. Johann Mastenbroek is known for landscape, seascape, cityscape.
John (Johan) Hendrik van Mastenbroek,
Dutch artist, was born in Rotterdam in December of 1875 to
painter Johannes van Mastenbroek. The younger Mastenbroek
remained in the city of his birth until 1911 when he relocated to The
Mastenbroek, essentially a self-taught artist, worked in both oil and
watercolour and often depicted rivers and waterways such as the Maas
and the Thames, cityscapes, and port scenes.
Mastenbroek won numerous awards for his work, including a first prize
medal from the Rotterdam Art Academy in 1897 and a gold medal in Munich
in 1901. Over the course of his career, he was also awarded a special
gold medal from Queen Wilhelmina of Holland.