G.J.A. van Reede (1929-1998) – Dutch winter and ice sight with many people on the ice
Oil on canvas – Hand signed – 2nd half 20th century
A whole that is really in a museum condition with a very soothing and atmospheric winter realistic image of a Dutch winter landscape from earlier years.
Many people who are looking for fun on the ice, and the cookie and zoopie tent on the ice is also present.
A rare beautiful work by this esteemed artist, which is also beautifully and certainly appropriately framed.
The painter G.J.A.van Reede (22 Feb 1929 – 12 Aug 1998), born in Rotterdam in 1929, spent the war years in the countryside of Groningen, which certainly inspired him to attend the Academy of Visual Arts in Rotterdam. There he was taught by Willem H. Mühlstaff and Aart Bijl, among others. After the Academy he was taught at Wim Motz’s studio, which had a major influence on his development.
At the end of the 1950s, the artist lived and worked in Germany. He made many trips to France and Italy.