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Estate ‘Reigersbergen’ – 16-05-20

Estate Reigersbergen

This graphite pencil drawing ‘Estate ‘Reigersbergen’ – 16-05-20’ is a bit of impression, executed in my hatched strokes style. My mind is back on landscapes again since my last drawing ‘Model Session – 14-05-20’. I liked laying down these hatchings in the female form so why not in trees again? You can spot them returning in Marlot – 11-04-20 but that was a small A6-size one. De Hofvijver – 20-03-20 (Sold) is A4-size and that is what I longed for this time. Besides that, there’s not something to do really since the virus started to kick in. Don’t worry, I have not taken ill, yet. Still not teaching though and therefor l trade lockdowns for landscape so-to-say.

Corona Days

These Corona days I wander about the region like I am used to. Nothing changed in this respect and it’s something I am used to during Sprintime. Moreover, I am more than happy that we in The Netherlands have at least some freedom of movement. Besides that the end of our ‘intelligent lock down’ is in sight. Soon I can start to teach but first draw this one. I was attracted by the slanted angular structures of the willow trees. They suit my opposite hatched strokes quite nicely. It represents a spot close to where I live, called ‘Estate Reigersbergen’.

Favorite Spot

In the distance the treeline belongs to Huis Ten Bosch, where king Willem-Alexander van Oranje-Nassau and his family reside. This estate ‘Reigersbergen’ is one of my favorite spots in The Hague. It has all a man could wish for, woodlands, pastures, cows, forests and parks. Just around the corner to where I live. That’s the wonderful part of living here in The Hague.

Graphite pencil drawing (Pentel 0.5 mm, 3B & Conté graphite pencil 4B) on Canson Bristol paper (21 x 29.7 x 0.1 cm – A4 format)

Artist: Corné Akkers

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