Last weekend I visited De Lakenhal at Leiden, Netherlands to see the exhibition ‘Rembrandt and the Golden Age’. Quite nice, also to see the refurbished museum. When I looked out the windows at the front of the building I was captured by the Oude Vest on which the light was filtered by the museum glass. It looked a little bit sinister and there were gloomy clouds in the sky which lead me to draw this one.
Leiden – 23-01-18 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 […]
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 – 16-11-15 (sold) 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 […]
Leiden – 11-11-15 A view on the houses and trees below the Burcht (Castle) of Leiden. Graphite pencil drawing (Pentel 0.5 mm, 3B) on Canson Bristol paper (21 x […]
Leiden – 06-11-15 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 […]
Leiden – 04-11-15 The city where I studied international and european competition law and where I lived for 11 years. This is the Hooglandsekerk from the Burcht (Castle) at […]
Jan Vossensteeg 20a (1989) 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 […]