Andries Verleur ( 1876-1953) - Veluwelandschap met schapenhoeder en kudde.

Description
Andries Verleur ( 1876-1953) - Veluwelandschap met schapenhoeder en kudde.
Oil on canvas - Hand signed - 1919

Offered oil on canvas in good condition by Andries Verleurs signed and dated at the bottom right. In original antique gold plated frame with some damage.
Pictures are made in both daylight and artificial light.

Will be sent by registered mail.

Andries Verleur

Born in Amsterdam, 29th June 1876.
Passed away in Amersfoort, 18th December 1953.

The painter Andries Verleur lived and worked among others in Amsterdam, Renkum (ca 1900-1920), Baarn, Soest (V.A. 1940) and on different places on the Veluwe, is considered to be one of the Veluwe painters.

He received painting and drawing lessons from the well-known "Haagse Scholers" Willem Maris and Theophile de Bock and collaborated with many other well-known contemporaries. He painted, drew and painted watercolors along the lines of the Haagse School in beautiful, light impressionistic touches of most landscapes with cattle, but also, among other things, village, harbor and city views, still lifes and figures.

He has participated in various (group) exhibitions at home and abroad and has exhibited in Amsterdam, Arnhem, Antwerp, Bruges, Brussels, The Hague and Hoorn.

Andries Verleur's work is included in various corporate, private and government collections, including the collection of, among others, the West Frisian Museum in Hoorn.

He is known for his characteristic composition style and use of colour, and has increasingly become more interesting to collectors of works by the Veluwe School.

Info: Scheen.

Lot details
Artist
Andries Verleur ( 1876-1953)
Title of artwork
Veluwelandschap met schapenhoeder en kudde.
Year
1919
Technique
Oil on canvas
Signature
Hand signed
Condition
In good condition
Sold with frame
Yes
Weight
3 kg
Image size
30×45 cm
Total dimensions
6×47×62 cm
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