Johanna Jongkindt (1882-1945).
- Profession: Pianist.
- Relation to Mahler: Lover of Alphons Diepenbrock (1862-1921) between 1904-1919.
- Correspondence with Mahler: When Gustav Mahler (1860-1911), Willem Mengelberg (1871-1951) and Alphons Diepenbrock (1862-1921) visited the Frans Hals Museum (24-10-1904, Year 1904), Alphons Diepenbrock (1862-1921) sent his lover Johanna Jongkindt (1882-1945) a postcard with signatures by all three man.
- Born: 00-00-1882 Dordrecht, the Netherlands.
- Married: 29-05-1911 Ginneken, the Netherlands. To Joseph Morris Raphael (Joe) (1869-1950) from San Francisco, United States. Jewish family. Divorced in 1943. In addition to his garden and the surroundings of Ukkel, his family, consisting of four daughters and one son, is a source of inspiration. With a great sense of intimacy he painted his children while they play, read or play. The economic malaise and the growing threat of Nazism make Raphael decide in 1939 to leave for the United States with a large number of his works. The outbreak of the Second World War prevented him from returning to Oegstgeest, where his family still lived. Joseph Raphael would never see his wife who died in 1945.
- Died: 02-12-1945 Oegstgeest, the Netherlands.
- Buried: 00-00-0000
Born: Johanna Gerarda Hendrika Jongkindt. Also called: Jo.
- 1911: Laren (the Netherlands) – Brink. See Gooische steamtram.
- Ukkel (near Bruxelles, Belgium).
- 1929: Oegstgeest (the Netherlands) – Prins Hendriklaan
- 1935: Oegstgeest (the Netherlands) – Dorpsstraat
- 1939: Raphael left for America
- 1943: Divorce
- 1945: Johanna Jongkindt (1882-1945) died.
- 1950: Joe painted until his death in 1950.
Johanna Jongkindt (1882-1945). The photo that Alphons Diepenbrock (1862-1921) cherished.
- Copied various autographs.
- His wife Elsa Diepenbrock (1868-1939) knew about the triangle relation.
- A lot of correspondence between Alphons Diepenbrock (1862-1921) and Johanna Jongkindt (1882-1945).
- Alphons has dedicated compositions to her.