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Come on, let's pretend it's spring, which is pouring down from the sky. The beech in it! - Loesje

In the past, autumn was simply called "harvest." The full moon closest to the autumn equinox or "equal night" is called the harvest moon. At the time of the equinox, the length of day and night is equal, twelve hours all over the world. In the following days the day becomes shorter than the night - autumn sets in. Before we had electricity and cities are lit up at night, the clear night of the harvest moon was very important to the farmers. Because of this light, they had more time per day to harvest their crops, hence the name harvest moon.

Just as spring is the start of summer, so autumn is the preparation for winter. After a season of sun, sea and beach, holiday feeling, outside on the terrace with a glass of white wine or a summer horse, BBQ and the entire nature at its most colorful, we prepare ourselves in the autumn for the mushrooms, acorns, chestnuts and leaves, wind and (storm) umbrellas, dark, cozy in the house, candles and hot chocolate, looking forward to the festivities of December. The all-predominant feeling of only wanting to go out in the spring turns into a feeling of inward - the thigmophile so called by Midas Dekkers awakens in us. We want to hide in safety, long for security and need to feel something against us. A low temperature outside has been proven to help you sleep better. Plus, it gets dark early, which makes you feel sleepy faster. Because it gets light later, you will probably also wake up later, so you will spend many more hours sleeping. Of course that also does something with love; in the fall, more people will change their relationship status from "single" to "in a relationship" or "engaged" in the fall, according to a Facebook analysis. On a personal level, there is also something remarkable. An American study found that people born in September-November are 30% more likely to live to be 100 than people born in the spring!

The differences are already announced in the colors of the two seasons. As fresh and green as spring is, so warm, brown and rutting autumn colors and the accompanying feeling. But there are also similarities in spring and autumn. Staying indoors in a cozy environment in the fall months creates a feeling of happiness just as much as being able to go outside again in the spring. All that cozy hanging boosts oxytocin levels, making you feel even more connected to the people around you. Once the summer is over, many people seem irritated. Still, the autumn weather is no reason to let our cheerful summer mood spoil and, just like in spring, you will find comfort in nature, the scent of earth and moss, the twittering of food-seeking birds, the orange, red and gold tones of the forest. Due to the global warming, we saw the beautiful autumn colors in 2013 already five days later than 23 years before. So get out while you can; on the paths, into the avenues, or find your way to Ede for even more autumn.


Philip Zilcken | Farmyard in autumn, oil on canvas, 60.2 x 91.3 cm, signed l.r.

Philip Zilcken

painting • for sale

Farmyard in autumn

Eugène Galien-Laloue | Autumn landscape with goose girl, oil on canvas, 33.3 x 46.0 cm, signed l.l.

Eugène Galien-Laloue

painting • for sale

Autumn landscape with goose girl

Johan Meijer | Autumn morning, Blaricum, oil on canvas, 60.5 x 100.5 cm, signed l.l.

Johan Meijer

painting • for sale

Autumn morning, Blaricum

Paul Bodifée | A field of faded thistles near a church, oil on canvas laid down on board, 33.1 x 46.5 cm, signed l.l.

Paul Bodifée

painting • for sale

A field of faded thistles near a church

Frans Langeveld | Village lane in autumn, Laren, oil on canvas, 55.5 x 66.6 cm, signed l.l.

Frans Langeveld

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Village lane in autumn, Laren

Jan Bogaerts | A view of the entry of a country house, oil on canvas, 40.4 x 60.7 cm, signed l.r. and dated 1904

Jan Bogaerts

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A view of the entry of a country house, 1904

Jan Fabre | The grave of the unknown computer (4), c-print on foamboard, 50.0 x 50.0 cm

Jan Fabre

prints & multiples • for sale

The grave of the unknown computer (4)

Arnold Marc Gorter | Woodworker near the Vordense Beek, oil on canvas, 50.5 x 40.4 cm, signed l.r.

Arnold Marc Gorter

painting • for sale

Woodworker near the Vordense Beek

Arnold Marc Gorter | The Vordense Beek, oil on canvas, 101.0 x 75.3 cm, signed l.r.

Arnold Marc Gorter

painting • for sale

The Vordense Beek

Jan Bogaerts | Autumn at Versailles park, oil on canvas, 65.4 x 55.8 cm, signed l.r. and dated 1913

Jan Bogaerts

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Autumn at Versailles park, 1913

Marinus Albertus Kiewiet | A farm in an extensive landscape, oil on panel, 19.1 x 26.2 cm, signed l.l.

Marinus Albertus Kiewiet

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A farm in an extensive landscape

Arnold Marc Gorter | Landscape with brook and cattle, oil on canvas, 62.3 x 79.1 cm, signed l.r.

Arnold Marc Gorter

painting • for sale

Landscape with brook and cattle

Corneille Henri Dee | Autumn flowers, pencil and watercolour on paper, 77.0 x 55.0 cm, signed l.r. with monogram

Corneille Henri Dee

watercolour • drawing • for sale

Autumn flowers

Arnold Marc Gorter | A farm near the Vordense Beek, oil on canvas, 56.6 x 46.1 cm, signed l.r.

Arnold Marc Gorter

painting • previously for sale

A farm near the Vordense Beek

Arnold Marc Gorter | A farm near the Vordense Beek, oil on canvas, 56.6 x 46.1 cm, signed l.r.

Arnold Marc Gorter

painting • previously for sale

A farm near the Vordense Beek

Anton Mauve | The barge tow, watercolour on paper, 25.5 x 40.9 cm, signed l.r. and dated '74

Anton Mauve

watercolour • drawing • previously for sale

The barge tow, 1874

Arnold Marc Gorter | A farm near the Vordense Beek, oil on canvas, 56.6 x 46.1 cm, signed l.r.

Arnold Marc Gorter

painting • previously for sale

A farm near the Vordense Beek

Arnold Marc Gorter | Pollard willows along the Vordense Beek, oil on canvas, 32.2 x 43.4 cm, signed l.r.

Arnold Marc Gorter

painting • previously for sale

Pollard willows along the Vordense Beek

Jacob Maris | Two figures in a grey landscape, chalk and watercolour on paper, 39.3 x 57.2 cm, signed l.r.

Jacob Maris

watercolour • drawing • previously for sale

Two figures in a grey landscape

Derk Wiggers | Castle Doorwerth in autumn, oil on canvas, 40.5 x 65.6 cm, signed l.l.

Derk Wiggers

painting • previously for sale

Castle Doorwerth in autumn

Johan Meijer | Afternoon sun, oil on canvas, 76.0 x 100.5 cm, signed l.r.

Johan Meijer

painting • previously for sale

Afternoon sun

Janus de Winter | Autumn colours, oil on canvas, 100.8 x 150.5 cm, signed l.r. and painted ca. 1930

Janus de Winter

painting • previously for sale

Autumn colours

Leo Gestel | A tree in autumn, oil on canvas laid down on board, 52.4 x 38.5 cm, signed u.r. and painted ca. 1909-1910

Leo Gestel

painting • previously for sale

A tree in autumn

Ben Viegers | The entry of a country estate with scratching hens, oil on canvas, 22.0 x 30.0 cm, signed l.r.

Ben Viegers

painting • previously for sale

The entry of a country estate with scratching hens

Xeno Münninghoff | Autumn at Renkum, oil on canvas laid down on panel, 55.3 x 38.3 cm, signed l.l.

Xeno Münninghoff

painting • previously for sale

Autumn at Renkum

Paul Bodifée | Country women near a ditch in a wooded landscape, oil on canvas, 130.0 x 90.0 cm, signed l.l. and dated '96

Paul Bodifée

painting • previously for sale

Country women near a ditch in a wooded landscape, 1896

Johan Meijer | Autumnal landscape, oil on canvas, 60.4 x 100.6 cm, signed l.r.

Johan Meijer

painting • previously for sale

Autumnal landscape

Jakob Nieweg | A view of Amersfoort with the St. Ansfridus church, oil on canvas, 60.5 x 70.8 cm, signed l.l. with monogram and painted 1920

Jakob Nieweg

painting • previously for sale

A view of Amersfoort with the St. Ansfridus church