A view of Amsterdam, seen from the IJ, with the Schreierstower by Coen Greive
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Coen Greive

A view of Amsterdam, seen from the IJ, with the Schreierstower 1850 - 1900

CanvasPaintOil paint
58 ⨯ 46 cm
€ 24.000

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Literature: vgl.: Jan Greive, 'Johan, Conrad Greive (1837-1891). Gewoon een vakman', Schiedam 2013, pag. 108, image 148 (etching with the same subject) and image 109, image 149 (Rozenburg ceramic-plaquette with the same subject)

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Johan Conrad Greive (1837 in Amsterdam – 1891 in Amsterdam) was a 19th-century Dutch painter.

According to the RKD he was the son of a musician and the pupil of his uncle Petrus Franciscus Greive and Cornelis Springer. He signed his works J.C. Greive jr. and was a member of Arti et Amicitiae from 1863, where he became chairman for three years.[2] His pupils were Coen Metzelaar and Hein Kever. He is known for his paintings, lithographs, and topographical drawings in various sketchbooks, many of Amsterdam subjects.He created genre works, artist portraits, landscapes, and marines.

A street is named after him in the neighborhood of streets named after 19th and 20th century Dutch painters in Overtoomse Veld-Noord, Amsterdam.