Eversen Adrianus A Village In Winter

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Eversen Adrianus A Village In Winter
 

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Author name: Adrianus Eversen.
(1818, Amsterdam, The Netherlands -1897, Delft, The Netherlands). Eversen lived and worked in Amsterdam, exhibiting there between 1840 and 1885. Eversen was highly regarded during his lifetime and he sold many paintings in Belgium and Great Britain as well as in Holland. Eversen was a member of the elite association of artists known as the Arte and Amicitiae. His works are detailed topographical paintings which are interesting from both an artistic and historical point of view.
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http://www.allpaintings.org/v/Romanticism/Adrianus+Eversen/

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  • 2017-10-05 12:28:32
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  • 2017-06-19 12:49:55
    Tom Hardick

    Great stuff... Really inspiring for a designer especially. For me, It's more than special as it beautifies the nature and scenes of beautiful locations in Amsterdam. Adrianus Eversen and artists like him have contributed a major change in the society with their conceptual art and paintings. The way it portrays different scenes and locations is simply mind-blowing. Being a <a href="https://www.logoglaze.com/">custom logo designer</a>, I still love to do painting sometimes.

  • 2017-06-13 10:03:15
    Erlene Wilson

    Thank you, Adrianus Eversen for sharing EVERSEN ADRIANUS A VILLAGE art. I am interested in all these types of creative activities and always try participate and play my role to make it perfect. If we see in the past these activities was most popular among the people and especially students take a lot of interest in these events but time to time we are losing the interest in this although before 7 years ago educational institute and our government used to organized these types of event as a write from UK firm where students says please do my assignment for me, now students doesn’t have time to accomplished their work and they prefer to take assistance. So we must not put all the burden on their shoulders and should organize art competition to create interest in the study.

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