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A Windmill on a Polder Waterway, Known as 'In the Month of July'

Paul Gabriëlc. 1889

Rijksmuseum

Rijksmuseum

Our country is colourful, juicy, fat. (...) I repeat, our country is not dull, not even in dull weather, the dunes are not dull either', Constant Gabriël wrote in a letter. Unlike many artists of the Hague School, he preferred painting fine summer days. Here there are two: the grass, sky and windmill are all reflected in the water.

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