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    Wouterus Verschuur (1812 – 1874) – Woman watering a horse


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    Artist: Wouterus Verschuur (1812 – 1874)

    Title: Woman watering a horse

    Signature: Signed lower left

    Material: Oil on panel

    Measurements: 24 cm H x 20 cm W

    Provenance: Dutch private collection


    Wouterus Verschuur (1812 – 1874) belongs to the last generation of Dutch Romantic animal painters. He was renowned for his paintings of horses since 1840. His biggest inspiration was Philips Wouwerman (1619-1668), the seventeenth century painter of horses. Verschuur truly mastered the skills for depicting a lifelike horse and his rendition of the breed and the stance of the horse were impeccable. The horse takes a central place in his compositions.


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