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Willem Roelofs Summertime oil painting


Summertime
Painting ID::  54270
Willem Roelofs
Summertime
mk235 1862 Oil on canvas 27x49.2cm

   
   
     

Willem Roelofs Figures On A Country Road Along A Waterway oil painting


Figures On A Country Road Along A Waterway
Painting ID::  67096
Willem Roelofs
Figures On A Country Road Along A Waterway
Figures On A Country Road Along A Waterway, A Windmill In The Distance Oil on canvas, 47 x 73 cm (18 1/2 x 28 5/8 inches)

   
   
     

Willem Roelofs In t Gein bij Abcoude. oil painting


In t Gein bij Abcoude.
Painting ID::  86695
Willem Roelofs
In t Gein bij Abcoude.
Date between 1870(1870) and 1897(1897) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 45 x 68 cm (17.7 x 26.8 in) cjr

   
   
     

Willem Roelofs In t Gein bij Abcoude oil painting


In t Gein bij Abcoude
Painting ID::  91171
Willem Roelofs
In t Gein bij Abcoude
between 1870(1870) and 1897(1897) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 45 x 68 cm (17.7 x 26.8 in) cyf

   
   
     

Willem Roelofs The Milking Curve oil painting


The Milking Curve
Painting ID::  91550
Willem Roelofs
The Milking Curve
1870 - 1897 Medium oil on panel Dimensions 11 x 26 cm (4.3 x 10.2 in) cjr

   
   
     

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     Willem Roelofs
     Dutch Painter, 1822-1897 Dutch painter. He is said to have made his first sketches at the age of four; at fifteen he completed his first landscape painting. Many of these early works are in the print rooms of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, and the Gemeentemuseum, The Hague. In c. 1837-8 he was apprenticed to the amateur painter Abraham Hendrik de Winter (1800-61) in Utrecht, where the Roelofs family had moved in 1826. In 1838 he entered his first paintings in the Exhibition of Living Masters in Amsterdam and Rotterdam. In the late summer of 1840 Roelofs became a pupil of the landscape and animal painter Hendrik van de Sande Bakhuyzen (1795-1860), with whom he made a study trip to Germany in 1841. Roelofs took a special interest in nature: he applied himself energetically both to painting and drawing, almost always selecting landscape subjects. He also studied entomology and accumulated a large collection of insects. After his training he returned to his parents in Utrecht.

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