Schiedam: Scriptum Signature, 1998. Hardcover. Pink cloth boards, color-illustrated dust jacket with burgundy, tan and white lettering. 214 pp. BW and color illustrations. New, still in shrinkrwap. Item #175424
Frederick Marinus Kruseman's work and life as a Dutch painter during the first half of the 19th century is presented in this beautifully illustrated work. Following his experiences as a fledgling artist studying with Jan Reekers, Nicolaas Roosenboom, and Jan van Ravenswaaij through his extensive travels that culminated in Brussels, this comprehensive study of Kruseman explores his influences and the similarities of his paintings to those of his contemporaries. More than 100 color plates and a complete monochrome catalog also illuminate Kruseman's stylistic development. -Amazon.
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