A Watermill, Meindert Hobbema, c. 1664

A Watermill, Meindert Hobbema, c. 1664

oil on panel, h 60.5cm × w 85cm More details

Hobbema learned to paint landscapes from Jacob van Ruisdael. While their works are similar in many respects, Hobbema’s paintings make a friendlier, lighter impression. Young tree tops stretch high up into the air, the foliage gleaming in the sun. A watermill that Hobbema had drawn in the eastern part of the Netherlands provided the subject of this painting.

On display in Gallery of Honour

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