Item 1993_177 - Pastoral Scene with Sheep

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Pastoral Scene with Sheep

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CA BU BUArtColl-1993_177

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    Steelink, Willem, Jr. (1856-1928)

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1 painting : watercolour on paper ; 43.2 x 66.0 cm

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Dutch artist Willem Steelink Jr. was born in Amsterdam on 16 July 1856. He died in the village of Voorburg on 27 November 1928. Besides being a painter, he was also a graphic artist. He is associated with the followers of The Hague School, but also the Laren School. The Laren School is a collective name for a group of artists. These artists worked in and around the village of Laren at the end of the 19th until the beginning of the 20th century. They used a painting style that was originated from The Hague School.

Source: Art Gallery Kompaen

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Wilm. Steelink

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  • English

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