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Gerard Bilders artwork • painting • previously for saleCattle in a landscape by a farm

Bilders A.G.  | Albertus Gerardus 'Gerard' Bilders, Cattle in a landscape by a farm, oil on canvas 45.2 x 70.0 cm, signed l.l.

Gerard Bilders

Cattle in a landscape by a farm
oil on canvas 45.2 x 70.0 cm, signed l.l.

This framed painting was previously for sale.

Literature: Jeroen Kapelle e.a., 'Magie van de Veluwezoom', Arnhem 2006, pag. 126, afb. 75 (in kleur), pag. 127.
Exhibited: Doorwerth, Museum Veluwezoom, 'Magie van de Veluwezoom: Het culturele leven tussen 1840 en 1900', 26 aug.-3 dec. 2006.

The young Gerard Bilders received his first painting lessons from his father, the painter Johannes Warnardus Bilders. At the age of seventeen he met the wealthy literary scholar Johannes Kneppelhout, who became his patron for a number of years and sent him to The Hague for his education. Bilders painted in Oosterbeek, the village of his youth, which was a meeting place for landscape painters, and in 1860, during a training year in Brussels, he was impressed by the work of the Barbizon painters. Bilders' landscapes are considered an important link between the romanticism and the more lifelike painting of the Hague School.


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