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Willy van Schoonhoven van Beurdenartist • painter • watercolourist • draughtsmanRoermond 1883-1963 Zuidlaren

biography of Alexander Franciscus Willem Emile 'Willy' van Schoonhoven van Beurden

Willy van Schoonhoven van Beurden was a painter of light, luministic landscapes, flowers, figures and cityscapes. After his drawing course in Amsterdam he took painting lessons with the Impressionist Rob Graafland. Luminism was probably brought to him by Jan Toorop, from whom he also received painting lessons during these first years in Amsterdam. From 1908 to 1925 the painter lived and worked in Laren. There he painted landscapes, farms and farm figures. In 1925 he returned to the capital, where he taught at the Amsterdams Lyceum alongside free painting.


previously for salepaintings, watercolours and drawings by Willy van Schoonhoven van Beurden


Willy van Schoonhoven van Beurden | A windmill by moonlight, gouache on board, 72.3 x 58.9 cm, signed l.l.

Willy van Schoonhoven van Beurden

watercolour • drawing • previously for sale

A windmill by moonlight

Willy van Schoonhoven van Beurden | Violets in a silver mug, oil on panel, 19.8 x 15.4 cm, signed l.r. and dated '14

Willy van Schoonhoven van Beurden

painting • previously for sale

Violets in a silver mug


for salepaintings, watercolours and drawings by Willy van Schoonhoven van Beurden


Willy van Schoonhoven van Beurden | A farm in springtime, oil on canvas, 45.0 x 60.0 cm, signed l.l.

Willy van Schoonhoven van Beurden

painting • for sale

A farm in springtime


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