Windmill De Lelie near Kortenhoef by Jan H.B. Koekkoek
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Jan H.B. Koekkoek

Windmill De Lelie near Kortenhoef 1860 - 1912

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56 ⨯ 45 cm
€ 17.500

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Jan H.B. Koekkoek was the third son of the marine painter Hermanus Koekkoek Sr and took lessons from his father. His painting career reveals a clear development to his work. In the early sea and river scenes his father’s influence is clearly visible in the careful painting style and fine detailing. In later years Jan H.B. sought affiliation with the Hague School, painting beach and sea views as well as fishing scenes in a freer manner.

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Jan H.B. Koekkoek was the third son of the marine painter Hermanus Koekkoek Sr and took lessons from his father. His painting career reveals a clear development to his work. In the early sea and river scenes his father’s influence is clearly visible in the careful painting style and fine detailing.

In later years Jan H.B. sought affiliation with the Hague School, painting beach and sea views as well as fishing scenes in a freer manner.