Hobbema


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Hobbema

Meindert . 1638--1709, Dutch painter of peaceful landscapes, usually including a watermill
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Said Anaya in Hobbema, "The concerns that are raised today are of deep concern to me and deep concern I'm sure ...
Incorporating colorplates of his paintings and drawings throughout, he documents them from his early to later years, including what they reveal about the Netherlands, and discusses Windmill at Wijk bij Duurstede and Two Undershot Water Mills with an Open Sluice in depth, as well as his achievements, the impact on his pupil Meindert Hobbema, who also used the motif, and the history of collecting these mill paintings and their reception by later artists and critics.
Gloria Okeynan is a visiting actor from Hobbema, Alberta, who studied in 2002 at Toronto's Centre for Indigenous Theatre.
The Avenue at Middelharnis - Hobbema. Noli Me Tangere - Titian.
Rembrandt, Rubens, Van Dyck, Hobbema and Ruysdael were among the great men of the Dutch School represented at the exhibition at Huddersfield Art Gallery.
Turner and the granular oil stick of Jasper Johns) to outright copies of works by Nicolas Poussin and Meindert Hobbema, among others (though these were not on view here).
Peace Hills Trust is owned by the Samson Cree Nation of Hobbema, Alta.
The Samson Cree "have recently been awarded a gaming licence in Hobbema, but they also came here (Ontario) and researched gaming and the social impacts of gaming on the community ...
The southern boundary is marked by a mission point at the First Nation of Hobbema and the rural charge of Killam and Galahad.
The Samson Cree Nation of Hobbema opened Peace Hills' doors 13 years ago using oil and gas revenues.
In 1972, Maskwacis Cultural College opened its doors as a cultural education centre in Hobbema.