A bridge in Amsterdam by Frans Langeveld
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A bridge in Amsterdam 1900 - 1950

Frans Langeveld

CanvasOil paintPaint
40 ⨯ 61 cm
€ 15.500

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About the artwork

Provenance: collection Douwe Egberts

About the Artist

Frans Langeveld (1877 - 1939) was an Amsterdam born Dutch painter who was a member of the Laren School (second generation). He attended two different Art schools in Amsterdam, after which he lived in Rotterdam, Paris, Munich, Blaricum and eventually in Laren. He mostly depicted landscapes, interiors and cityscapes with figures in a rough and robust style. He was strongly influenced by Jacob Maris. He died in Laren in 1939.