Private collection, The Netherlands
Volhonka Fine Arts Center, November 2011 – February 2012, Moscow
Leickert was trained by Bartholomeus van Hove in The Hague, where he practiced composition and representation of depth in landscapes. He gradually applied himself to painting nature and architecture. In 1839, at only 23 years of age, Leickert made his debut at the General Exhibition of Dutch living masters in The Hague. A year later he was apprenticed to well-known painter Andreas Schel . . .