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A tray with a high quality print of the painting by Van Looy, De tuin. The tray is made of laminate and therefore dishwasher safe but not suitable for use in the microwave.
A sturdy glasses case for the safe storage of your glasses. This glasses case, with soft microfiber inside and outside, has a beautiful print of The Garden, a painting by Jacobus van Looy.
Shopper bag, spacious shopping bag made of recycled material.
Artwork: The garden of Jacob van Looy
This gold-colored pill box is decorated with a beautiful print of The Garden, a painting made by Jacobus van Looy, now on display in the Teylers museum. With a push of a button you open the pill box and you will find three separate compartments on the ins
A tray with an imprint of The Garden, a well-known work by painter Jacobus van Looy: from the Teylers Museum in Haarlem. The tray is made of melamine and therefore dishwasher safe, but not suitable for use in the microwave.
Greeting card with envelope in PP bag.
Artwork: 'The Garden'(1893), Jacobus Van Looy (1855-1930), Collection Teylers Museum Haarlem
12 cm x 16,8 cm
Nice bookmarks with a magnet: handy, so they don't fall out of your book!
Choice from a large collection. Counter display can be supplied.
Can also be customized for yourself or your company or museum: mail to [email protected] for more information.
Afmetingen: 8 x 5,5 cm
Materiaal: magneet
Gewicht: +/- 30 gram
Artikelnummer: MFMW000287
Mint, The Garden (1893), Jacobus Van Looy (1855-1930). Collection Teylers Museum Haarlem, The Netherlands, coin
Easy to use; This microfiber cleaning cloth can be used to clean your glasses, screens (including laptop screen, computer screen, television screen), CDs, DVDs, lenses, jewelery and cameras. You can easily wash the multifunctional cleaning cloth at 30 deg

Jacobus van Looy (Haarlem, 1855 - Haarlem, 1930) was a Dutch painter, draftsman and author. He has attended the Rijksakademie of visual arts in Amsterdam under the direction of August Allebé. In 1884, the artist won the Prix de Rome, but had to share the prize with Jan Dunselman because the jury was unable to nominate one winner. The prize enabled Van Looy to make a study trip to Italy, Spain and Tangier (Morocco). He has also traveled to London, Paris and Berlin, among others. He stayed the longest in the Netherlands in Amsterdam and Haarlem.

His work mainly consisted of landscapes, still lifes and animal scenes. His works can be seen in the Teylers Museum in Haarlem and the Frans Hals Museum in Haarlem, the Netherlands, among others.

Later in life he painted flower still lifes and fruits that he collected from his own garden.

Van Looy painted The Garden in the summer of 1893. The light touch and the abrupt cuts make the painting in line with French Impressionism. Van Looy painted the canvas just outside “en plein air”. The woman in the background is the wife of Van Looy, Titia van Gelder.

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