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Parks, man-made green areas with a mainly recreational function, offer something for everyone and are there for everyone, young or old, from all walks of life. At the same time, it gives every visitor an exclusive experience.' Bums sip on Aldi beer and mothers suckle their babies. Businessmen have lunch and fit girls burn their calories there. You can socialize or actively play and play sports, but you can also read on your own or just enjoy nature.'

That was different for a long time. In the 17th century, the parks were there for the wealthy, people who had enough money for a country estate. Around 1900 this changed and city canals were used by the well-to-do bourgeoisie to take a walk or ride in a carriage. Parks have always been a place where painters liked to be because of the liveliness and diversity of the visitors, elegant ladies chatting on a bench, walkers, horse riders, children playing, a stall on the corner where a drink or ice cream could be bought and all this in a beautiful green and colorful environment.

In Europe, city parks have been around for about a century and have been the green lungs of a city since the emergence of rapidly expanding urban development. People come there to refuel or to relax, to go for a walk or to practice sports and games. Usually there is a fishing pond, sunbathing area, a tearoom and a petting zoo. The largest city park of the twentieth century is the Amsterdamse Bos with a size of 935 hectares, of which the municipality of Amsterdam is the owner and manager. The construction was started in 1934, during the crisis, and provided many unemployed Amsterdammers with work. When designing the forest, one thing was certain: it had to become a forest for all Amsterdammers. Until then, the Dutch parks were mainly intended for a Sunday walk. That in London, for example, Hyde Park parks allowed people to sit on the grass or have a picnic, and in Germany people were given space for sports and recreation in parks. The Amsterdamse Bos had to be an ideal mix of natural park landscape and opportunities for recreation and relaxation. With its 1000 ha of forest, playground, polders, ponds and waterways, this park is 3 times Central Park and 22 times Het Vondelpark. It has a rowing course - the Bosbaan - a visitor center, 200 km of cycling, walking and riding trails, 14 km of canoe water, 7 kiosks, an open-air theater, children's pools and 53 bridges by the Amsterdam School designer Piet Kramer.

Today, greenery gives an increasing quality boost to the environment and our parks are increasingly loaded with functions. Sports, music concerts and even living, it all has to be in a green environment. Agriculture will also become part of our parks and eventually we may soon live here in one large park.'

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Johannes Evert Akkeringa | In the Park, oil on canvas laid down on panel, 19.2 x 12.7 cm, signed l.r. with initial

Johannes Evert Akkeringa

painting • for sale

In the Park

Marinus Bonifacius Willem Dittlinger | Tea time in a castle garden, oil on canvas, 36.5 x 46.5 cm, signed l.r. with initials

Marinus Bonifacius Willem Dittlinger

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Tea time in a castle garden

Barend Brouwer | Castle in a landscape, oil on canvas, 40.6 x 60.6 cm, signed l.r.

Barend Brouwer

painting • for sale

Castle in a landscape

Hessel de Boer | The stream at Sorghvliet, oil on canvas, 55.1 x 38.3 cm, signed l.l.

Hessel de Boer

painting • for sale

The stream at Sorghvliet

Jan Toorop | Figures in a park, pencil and watercolour on paper, 21.5 x 15.5 cm, signed l.r. and dated 1926

Jan Toorop

watercolour • drawing • for sale

Figures in a park, 1926

Dirk Kruizinga | Terrace in a park, oil on canvas, 60.0 x 89.9 cm

Dirk Kruizinga

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Terrace in a park

Andreas Schelfhout | Two swans in the pond of the Haagse Bos, oil on panel, 24.0 x 32.6 cm, signed l.l.

Andreas Schelfhout

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Two swans in the pond of the Haagse Bos

Evert Pieters | In the garden, oil on canvas, 79.4 x 92.8 cm, signed l.r.

Evert Pieters

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In the garden

Otto Carl Wilhelm Dill | Lichtentaler-Allee, Baden-Baden, oil on panel, 22.6 x 28.7 cm, signed l.r.

Otto Carl Wilhelm Dill

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Lichtentaler-Allee, Baden-Baden

Henri van Daalhoff | Winter, oil on panel, 25.5 x 35.5 cm, signed l.r. and on the reverse

Henri van Daalhoff

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Winter

Kostia Tereshkovich | Park in Paris, watercolour on paper, 48.0 x 64.0 cm, signed l.r.

Kostia Tereshkovich

watercolour • drawing • for sale

Park in Paris

Eugène Brands | Wandeling in het park (Walk in the park, oil on paper, 50.0 x 48.0 cm, signed l.l. and dated 6.59

Eugène Brands

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Wandeling in het park (Walk in the park, 1959

Gerard van Nijmegen | A farmer with his horses in a stormy landscape, oil on panel, 68.8 x 89.7 cm

Gerard van Nijmegen

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A farmer with his horses in a stormy landscape

Otto Eerelman | Hunting dog in a park, oil on canvas, 65.5 x 81.0 cm, signed l.l.

Otto Eerelman

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Hunting dog in a park

Jan Bogaerts | Garden wall with a gate, oil on canvas, 35.1 x 40.0 cm, signed l.r. and dated 1916

Jan Bogaerts

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Garden wall with a gate, 1916

Frits Mondriaan | Pond in the Haagse Bos, oil on canvas, 61.8 x 97.3 cm, signed l.r.

Frits Mondriaan

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Pond in the Haagse Bos

Anton Koster | Pond in park Groenendaal, Heemstede, pastel on paper, 23.1 x 29.8 cm, signed l.r.

Anton Koster

watercolour • drawing • for sale

Pond in park Groenendaal, Heemstede

Ed Becht | Pond in the Haagse Bos, The Hague, oil on board laid down on panel, 27.0 x 35.1 cm, signed l.l.

Ed Becht

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Pond in the Haagse Bos, The Hague

Harm Kamerlingh Onnes | Walking in the park, oil on board, 35.7 x 42.1 cm, signed l.l. and on the reverse with monogram and dated on the reverse 1965

Harm Kamerlingh Onnes

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Walking in the park, 1965

Lodewijk Johannes Kleijn | Figures near the pond of Huis ten Bosch in The Hague, watercolour on paper, 14.0 x 21.5 cm, signed l.l. and on the reverse

Lodewijk Johannes Kleijn

watercolour • drawing • for sale

Figures near the pond of Huis ten Bosch in The Hague

Harm Kamerlingh Onnes | A summer afternoon in the park, oil on canvas, 50.4 x 61.2 cm, signed l.l. with monogram and dated '63

Harm Kamerlingh Onnes

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A summer afternoon in the park, 1963

Johannes Evert Akkeringa | An afternoon tea in The Hague, chalk and watercolour on paper, 16.3 x 23.5 cm, signed l.r. and dated Aug 1890

Johannes Evert Akkeringa

watercolour • drawing • for sale

An afternoon tea in The Hague, 1890

Jean-Pierre Cassigneul | Dans le pré (In the meadow), oil on canvas, 92.1 x 64.9 cm, signed l.c. and painted in 1964

Jean-Pierre Cassigneul

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Dans le pré (In the meadow), ca. 1964

Eugène Brands | Park by night, gouache on paper, 43.2 x 53.4 cm, signed l.r. and dated '66

Eugène Brands

watercolour • drawing • for sale

Park by night, 1966

Leo Gestel | Conversation in the park, charcoal and pastel on paper, 50.1 x 33.4 cm, signed l.l. and executed ca. 1910

Leo Gestel

watercolour • drawing • for sale

Conversation in the park, ca. 1910

Johannes Evert Akkeringa | The tea garden, oil on panel, 17.4 x 24.6 cm, signed l.r.

Johannes Evert Akkeringa

painting • for sale

The tea garden

Aris Knikker | Teatime at castle De Wittenburg, Wassenaar, oil on canvas, 30.6 x 40.4 cm, signed l.r. with pseudonym 'W. Markestein'

Aris Knikker

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Teatime at castle De Wittenburg, Wassenaar

Henri Biva | Daybreak at the lake, oil on canvas, 65.5 x 81.3 cm, signed l.l.

Henri Biva

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Daybreak at the lake


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