Charles Hollmann was a Dutch painter born in 1877 and died in 1953. He lived and worked in Maastricht, Borgharen from 5 May 1922 to 6 April 1925 and in the Belgian town of Lanaken. He was a pupil of the School of Arts in Maastricht, on behalf of Mr. R.A.A.J. Graafland. He painted and drew mainly landscapes, genre (figures) and cityscapes. He was very impressionistic.