Jan Willem van Borselen

b. 20.09.1825
Gouda, The Netherlands

d. 24.09.1892
The Hague, The Netherlands

Jan Willem van Borselen can be categorized as a Hague School painter. He is known for his depictions of windy Dutch polders and landscapes, scenes with water, willows and reed. He received his artistic training from his father, Pieter van Borselen. Besides being the director of the ‘Waalse Weeshuis’ – an orphanage – in The Hague, his father was a painter of landscapes and townviews. How . . .
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