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Floris Arntzenius



Arntzenius Floris

(b Surabaya, Java, 9 June 1864; d The Hague, 9 June 1925).

Dutch painter, illustrator and printmaker. He moved to the Netherlands c. 1875, and was taught first by Johan Hendrik Frederik Conrad Nachtweh (18571941). He attended the Rijksacademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam from 1883 to 1888, studying under August Allebé and Barend Wijnveld (18201902). He then spent a year studying life drawing at the Koninklijke Academie voor Schone Kunsten in Antwerp under Charles Verlat before returning to Amsterdam, where he initially applied himself to painting landscapes in the countryside around The Hague and in Nunspeet in Gelderland in the style of the HAGUE SCHOOL.


The Spuistraat and Lange poten in the Hague



The Spuistraat in The Hague



Spui street in the rain, 1919



Rental coaches in the snow



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