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View of the choir and tower of Utrecht Cathedral

Jan Hendrik Verheijenca. 1829

Centraal Museum

Centraal Museum
Utrecht, Netherlands

Jan Hendrik Verheyen is a typical representative of Dutch Romanticism, the popular national style of the first half of the 19th century. He painted portraits of his family and friends, small genre pieces and landscapes, although he only gained any degree of renown as an architectural painter. The 17th-century architectural painters Jan van der Heyden and both Job and Gerrit Berckheyde served as his greatest examples. The View of the choir and tower of Utrecht Cathedral is one of his most beautiful townscape paintings.

Details

  • Title: View of the choir and tower of Utrecht Cathedral
  • Creator: Jan Hendrik Verheyen
  • Date Created: ca. 1829
  • Physical Location: Utrecht, the Netherlands
  • Physical Dimensions: w100 x h79.5 cm
  • Type: paintings
  • External Link: museum website

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