Oil on panel - Hand signed - 20th century
|Artist:||Lion Arie Feijen (1947)|
|Title of artwork:||Dutch River landscape|
|Technique:||Oil on panel|
|Condition:||In good condition|
|Sold with frame:||Yes|
|Image size:||38×58 cm|
|Total dimensions:||56×76×6 cm|
Beautiful and charming Dutch river landscape painted with an amazing attention to details.
The painting has a lot of depth and real tridimensional effect. The colours are also particularly well chosen.
Although painted in 20th century, in terms of technique, details and colours , I think this painting is superior to most 17th, 18th or 19th century classical Dutch painting exhibited in museums. Watching it, you will notice new details everyday.
Lion Arie Feijen (Leon Arie Feyen) is a contemporary artist who carries forth the famous Dutch tradition started by the 17th Century masters. He paints his landscapes and still lifes in the classical way in great detail. Especially have a look at his usage of rich colours, which create a warm atmosphere. Initially, he exhibited regularly at Gallery Arti Sart in Maastricht and later Honingen gallery in Rotterdam, Gouda respectively.
The painting is in very good condition as well as the frame. I can notice one very small lack of painting in the upper left corner but you only notice it at very close distance. Please notice as well one crack and lack in the frame (see pictures).
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|Feedback score:||100% (10 reviews)|
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