A view of the Waalse Kerk, Haarlem by Adrianus Eversen
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Adrianus Eversen

A view of the Waalse Kerk, Haarlem 1850 - 1899

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19 ⨯ 15 cm
€ 18.500

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About the artwork

Provenance: private collection Australia.

vgl.: P. Overduin, 'Adrianus Eversen 1818-1897. Schilder van stads- en dorpsgezichten', Wijk en Aalburg 2010, pag. 235, cat.nr. 44-1.

Adrianus Eversen was the most gifted pupil of the townscape painter Cornelis Springer. From his master he took over the build-up of composition, treatment of detail and warm colour palette. However, he was much freer in his choice of subject matter. While Springer mainly painted ‘portraits’ of existing buildings or parts of a town, Eversen usually arranged his villages and narrow streets in order to create a charming townscape.

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Adrianus Eversen was the most gifted pupil of the townscape painter Cornelis Springer.
From his master he took over the build-up of composition, treatment of detail and warm colour palette. However, he was much freer in his choice of subject matter. While Springer mainly painted ‘portraits’ of existing buildings or parts of a town, Eversen usually arranged his villages and narrow streets in order to create a charming townscape.