Willem Steelink Jr.

1856 Amsterdam – Voorburg 1928

  • Op de uitkijk
    Young woman with binoculars

  • Etching on paper, ca. 1886
    Signed lower right with pencil Willem Steelink

  • Size

    284 × 227 mm

  • Provenance

    Private collection, Germany

Beautiful impression of this rare and elegant subject: Young woman with binoculars. Born into an artist family, Willem Steelink Jr. is associated with the Laren School. He initially focused on portraits, genre scenes and historical paintings, and then dedicated his work to landscapes, and the rural life. Fascinated by the shepherds ‘life, this etching shows yet another side of his oeuvre: the depiction of elegant women, and their own activities in the Nature. With intense blacks and wide margins.

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