Landscapes of Jurriaan Andriessen in Enschede to see
Rijksmuseum Twenthe in Enschede of a London private an ensemble of five large landscapes from the eighteenth century, bought from the hand of Jurriaan Andriessen.
The five paintings are all almost 2 metres high and range in width from 121 to 158 cm wide. According to a spokeswoman, the children “in outstanding condition”.
In the eighteenth century were owners of country houses and villas of their homes like opsieren to work (from the workshop) of louis Andriessen, but there is little remaining. Rijksmuseum Twenthe wanted the paintings to love, because they really fit well in his collection and well can be combined with a part of the silver collection belonging to.
The now-acquired images, which is from 24 september in Enschede, inspired by the classical antiquity. The purchase was made possible by verscheidenene funds.
In Museum Van Loon in Amsterdam are also paintings of Adriessen to see more coming from the Castle Drakensteyn in Lage Vuursche and ever purchased kasteelvrouwe princess Beatrix of the netherlands .