"Back Fishing - Wilhelm Hambüchen (1869-1939)"Oil on canvas framed with a key frame, signed lower left. Vintage early twentieth. representing, on the way back from fishing, the fish market. Dimensions without the frame: length: 68.5 cm Height: 48 cm Frame dimensions (American Box) length: 76.5 cm Height: 56 cm Wilhelm Hambüchen (1869-1939) born and died in Dusseldorf, German School, is a student of the Düsseldorf School of Applied Arts. he first worked as a stage painter in 1895 in Düsseldorf. With the painter Georg Hacker, he traveled to the Belgian coast in 1898. In the following years, he turned to landscape painting and began to work as an independent painter. Until the beginning of the First World War in 1914, he went to Nieuport every year. During his stays on the Dutch North Sea coast, which he traveled since 1904, he met the painters Eugen Kampf and Olof Jernberget and painted many Marines that will make him famous. At exhibitions in Germany, Austria, Argentina and the United States, he received many awards, among others, in 1908, a gold medal at the Große Berliner Kunstausstellung. In 1904 he is a member of the Düsseldorf Artists Association. Works at the museums of Berlin and Barcelona.