View of the Buitenhof in The Hague as seen from the Stadhouderlijk Kwartier by Petrus Gerardus Vertin
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Petrus Gerardus Vertin

View of the Buitenhof in The Hague as seen from the Stadhouderlijk Kwartier 1862

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18 ⨯ 25 cm
€ 15.500

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Literature: vgl.: G.J. van der Meer Mohr, 'Het Buitenhof gezien naar het Stadhouderlijk Kwartier in 185' door P.G. Vertin (1819-1893)', 'Kunst & Antiek Revue', dec./january 1998, image pag. 31-32 .

The romantic painter Petrus Gerardus Vertin lived and worked mostly in The Hague. He painted Dutch cityscapes and street scenes in the summer and winter. At times, his work is topographic, but he mostly chose to paint imaginary scenes. In his winter landscapes, in particular, he paid great attention to the reflection of the light from the snow-covered roofs, window and door frames, and pavements. Charles Rochussen and S.L. Verveer painted the staffage in a few of his city landscapes.

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The romantic painter Petrus Gerardus Vertin lived and worked mostly in The Hague.
He painted Dutch cityscapes and street scenes in the summer and winter. At times, his work is topographic, but he mostly chose to paint imaginary scenes. In his winter landscapes, in particular, he paid great attention to the reflection of the light from the snow-covered roofs, window and door frames, and pavements.
Charles Rochussen and S.L. Verveer painted the staffage in a few of his city landscapes.