A biography together with a catalog raisonné of the painter Adrianus Eversen.
Adrianus Eversen was a pupil of Cornelis de Kruyff (1771–1854) in the years prior to 1840, and of H.G. ten Cate (1803-1856) in or around 1840. After that year, Eversen began his studies with Cornelis Springer (1817–1891), according to family sources, ultimately sharing a studio with him. Eversen’s works hang in numerous museums, both in the Netherlands and abroad, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., the Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire (UK) and the Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, California. In the Netherlands, works of Eversen’s can be found at the National Print Collection of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, the Amsterdam Historical Museum, the Amsterdam Municipal Archives, the Groninger Museum, the Rijksmuseum Zuiderzeemuseum, Enkhuizen, the Rijksmuseum Twenthe, Enschede, the Taxation and Customs Museum, Rotterdam and other national institutions. The oil painting, Long Street at Alkmaar, which hangs in Alkmaar’s Municipal Museum, has been deauthenticated.
Title :Adrianus Eversen 1818-1897
Subtitle :schilder van stads- en dorpsgezichten
Size :320 x 240
Autor :Overduin, Pieter
Number of pages :304 with over 1200 images, of which almost 900 images in the catalog raisonné
Text :Dutch, summary English