This colored pencil drawing depicts the Herengracht in Leiden, Netherlands. The canal with its beautiful houses for the rich stands out in its grandeur compared to other minor ones.
Last weekend I visited De Lakenhal at Leiden, Netherlands to see the exhibition ‘Rembrandt and the Golden Age’.
When I was walking across the Morspoort Bridge at Leiden I saw this incredible clouds party over Mill ‘De Put’ at the river Rijn towards the Weddesteeg across the water, where Rembrandt was born.
An impressionistic view on Leiden, where I studied. I am often fascinated my reflections in water and there are so many canals to be found over there. The movement of the water is what I put as a central theme in this drawing.
Leiden is famous for its canals and I makes me sentimental when they remind me of my time as a student, walking back drunk from a party feeling sick smelling the water.
A view on the houses and trees below the Burcht (Castle) of Leiden.
A graphite pencil drawing of Leiden, city at Zuid-Holland, Netherlands, where I lived for a long time and this site is to be seen from the Burcht (Castle) looking at the Hartebrugkerk (church).
The city where I studied international and european competition law and where I lived for 11 years.
An impression of my room when I was a law student at Leiden, Netherlands. Although I chosed for law to learn a trade I kept on sketching.