Cornelis Springer

Dutch, Landscape, 1817-1891

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Zuiderhavendijk, Enkhuizen
Cornelis Springer
359 USD

A View of the Staal Everspijp and the Grote Kerk in Summer
Cornelis Springer
307 USD

A View of Franeker with the Zakkendragershuisje
Cornelis Springer
269 USD

Cityview Hoorn
Cornelis Springer
271 USD

Along the Canal
Cornelis Springer
309 USD

Church in Zaltbommel
Cornelis Springer
365 USD

Lombard Voorburgwal Amsterdam
Cornelis Springer
362 USD

View on Enkhuizen
Cornelis Springer
326 USD

Weeshuis in Enkhuizen
Cornelis Springer
335 USD

Walenkerk Haarlem
Cornelis Springer
335 USD

Vleeschhal and Grote Kerk
in Haarlem

Cornelis Springer
338 USD

Many Figures in the Streets
of Haarlem

Cornelis Springer
332 USD

A View of the Delftse Vaart and Saint Laurens Church, Rotterdam
Cornelis Springer
367 USD

Fishermen on the Pier
Cornelis Springer
254 USD

The Gemeenlandshuis and the Old Church, Delft, Summer
Cornelis Springer
389 USD

View of the Hague
Cornelis Springer
264 USD

View of the Hague, from the Delft Canal in the 17th Century
Cornelis Springer
335 USD

The Town Hall of Leiden
Cornelis Springer
381 USD

A Sunlit Town Square with a Cathedral in the Distance
Cornelis Springer
269 USD

A View of a Town along the Rhine
Cornelis Springer
268 USD

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Cornelis Springer (1817, Amsterdam – 1891, Hilversum), was a Dutch 19th century landscape painter. 

He was a pupil of his father, the carpenter Willem Springer (1778–1857). He was a pupil of Hendrik Gerrit ten Cate, Kasparus Karsen, and Jacobus van der Stok. He became a member of the Amsterdam painters collective Felix Meritis and won a gold medal for a painting of a church interior in 1847. He is known for watercolors, etchings, and drawings, especially of city views and town scenes that he sketched while traveling around the country. He was awarded the Leopold order of Belgium in 1865, and in 1878 he was invited with Jozef IsraĆ«ls to advise the Dutch Ministry of Public Affairs on the plans for the Rijksmuseum.

His son Leonard Springer became a landscape architect.

Source: Wikipedia