Georg Rueter artwork • painting • previously for sale Turban buttercups in a vase
Haarlem 1875-1966 Amsterdam
Turban buttercups in a vase
oil on canvas 41.3 x 44.0 cm, signed u.r. and dated '65
This painting was previously for sale.
Georg Rueter was educated at the Amsterdam Rijksacademie (National Academy) under the tutelage of August Allebé. He excelled in drawing and painting portraits and flower still-lifes, and at the beginning of this century was counted among the leading Dutch artists such as Breitner, Gestel, Maks and Sluijters. Rueter also worked as a glass painter, famous for his windows in the Delft Nieuwe Kerk church and St. Peter’s church in Leiden. He also developed ex-libris labels, postage stamps and book covers.