Arnold Marc Gorter artwork • painting • previously for sale A view of Zutphen with the Moddergracht and the St. Walburgiskerk
Arnold Marc Gorter
Ambt Almelo 1866-1933 Amsterdam
A view of Zutphen with the Moddergracht and the St. Walburgiskerk
oil on canvas 46.5 x 56.5 cm, signed l.r.
This painting was previously for sale.
A.M. Gorter is a leading Dutch landscape painter who drew inspiration for his work from the Vechtstreek and areas in eastern Netherlands like Twente, the Achterhoek and Drenthe. He preferred painting tranquil nature in varying light conditions and in the changing colours of the seasons. In this aspect his work is similar to that of The Hague School of painting. His favourite seasons were autumn and early spring, while reflecting water and birch trees are recurring themes in his work. He was also an artistic advisor to Queen Wilhelmina and taught M.J. Bies and C.J. Dake Jr. among others.