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While the French Barbizons and Impressionists received most of the attention given to landscapes in the 19th century, there was a long tradition of landscape painting in the Low Countries, stemming from the 17th century Golden Age that boasted Dutch Old Masters like Jacob van Ruisdael and Jan van Goyen. A fellow Dutchman, Frederik Marinus Kruseman was born in Haarlem in the Netherlands. As a young man, he studied with Van Ravenswaay, Koekkoek, Reeks, and Roosenboom, seeking to emulate the 17th century masters. While artists like Van Ruisdael had died poor, Kruseman lived in a time when middle-class households could...
Created by: Kruseman, Fredrik M.