The Leidseplein, Amsterdam by Anthonie Pieter Schotel
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Anthonie Pieter Schotel

The Leidseplein, Amsterdam 1900 - 1950

CanvasPaintOil paint
60 ⨯ 70 cm
€ 35.000

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About the artwork

Literature: " Enkhuizen, Rijksmuseum Zuiderzeemuseum (nu: Zuiderzeemuseum), 'Verloren horizon, A.P. Schotel, 1890-1958', 1986, pag. 15, 4; Carole Denninger, 'A.P. Schotel (1890-1958) - De wereld van het water', Bussum 2012 , colour image pag. 147.

Afgebeeld in 'The Dutch Art Diary 2008'"

About the Artist

Lived and worked in Dordrecht, the Netherlands. He is known for his seascapes, river paintings and harbourview with ships. Especially the place Volendam and the Zuiderzee (nowadays Ijsselmeer) were popular genres. He made landscapes as well.