Frederik Marinus Kruseman

Haarlem 1816 – 1882 Elsene (Belgium)

Frederik Marinus Kruseman was a renowned landscape painter from the Dutch Romantic School. He was a pupil of Nicolaas Roosenboom (1805-1880) and of Barend Cornelis Koekkoek (1803-1862). Althought Koekkoek’s influence is apparent in Kruseman’s oeuvre, the artist created a very personal style. About two third of Kruseman’s paintings are winter landscapes with skaters, a very popular genre at that time and still today. Typical for Kruseman’s works are his trees with meandering branches and the warm red evening skies above his landscapes.

Paintings by Frederik Marinus Kruseman in the collection of Kunsthandel Bies:

A mountainous landscape with travellers on a road along a river

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