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Edgard Farasijnartist • painterAntwerpen 1858-1938

biography of Edgard Farasijn

Edgard Farasijn was a Belgian artist who painted figures, animals and seascapes. He became particularly well known for his market scenes and pictures of the seashore with fishermen, for which he took his inspiration from the coastal regions of Flanders and Holland. Between 1898 and 1913 he made several trips to Katwijk to paint the local fisherfolk. At times Farasijn preferred to evoke a dreamy, slightly melancholy mood over the precise rendering of a subject.


previously for salepaintings by Farasijn E.


Edgard Farasijn | 'Katwijkse bomschuit', oil on canvas, 87.5 x 135.5 cm, signed l.r.

Edgard Farasijn

painting • previously for sale

'Katwijkse bomschuit'

Edgard Farasijn | A 'bomschuit'on the beach, oil on canvas, 72.6 x 133.0 cm, signed l.l.

Edgard Farasijn

painting • previously for sale

A 'bomschuit'on the beach


for salepaintings by Farasijn E.


Edgard Farasijn | Shellfishing along the North Sea coast, oil on canvas, 88.2 x 120.7 cm, signed l.l.

Edgard Farasijn

painting • for sale

Shellfishing along the North Sea coast

Edgard Farasijn | The hotel Du Kursaal in De Panne, oil on canvas, 45.7 x 56.2 cm, signed l.l. and painted before 1877

Edgard Farasijn

painting • for sale

The hotel Du Kursaal in De Panne, 1870-1877


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