Adrianus Eversen  (Dutch, 1818-1897) 

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Adrianus Eversen, Figures in a Dutch Town

 

Adrianus Eversen
Figures in a Dutch Town
McColl Fine Art
  
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Adrianus Eversen, Church Yard

 

Adrianus Eversen
Church Yard
watercolor

 

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Attributed To Adrianus Eversen, Winterliche Straßenszene in einer holländischen Kleinstadt

 

Attributed To Adrianus Eversen
Winterliche Straßenszene in einer holländischen Kleinstadt
oil on wood

 

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Adrianus Eversen, Ville en Hollande animé de figures près d'un chariot à foin avec église gothique à l'arrière-plan

 

Adrianus Eversen
Ville en Hollande animé de figures près d'un chariot à foin avec église gothique à l'arrière-plan
painting on panel

 

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  Adrianus Eversen was a Dutch architectural painter. He trained in Amsterdam under Cornelis de Kruyff with his contemporary Cornelis Springer. Everson and Springer both became outstanding painters of townscapes, competing with each other throughout their lives.
  Eversen lived and worked in Amsterdam, exhibiting there between 1840 and 1885. He was a member of the elite association of artists known as the Arti et Amicitiae. His very sensitive and detailed paintings not only excelled in the beautiful architecture of that time, they also record his poetic response to the atmosphere of everyday life in Dutch towns.
  From the 1860s his town views were regularly exhibited in Bremen, Dresden, Berlin and Vienna. He was highly regarded in his lifetime, selling many works in , Holland and the . A collection of Eversens paintings at the Victoria and Albert Museumwas donated by the English collector John Sheepshanks.
  Many of his paintings can be seen today in museums including the Stedelijk Museum, the Rijksmuseum Twenthe, in Stettin in and Courtrai in .