Of One Heart, Cornelis Kruseman, 1830

Of One Heart, Cornelis Kruseman, 1830

oil on canvas, h 102cm × w 120cm More details

Cornelis Kruseman was sometimes called ‘Italian Kruseman’ owing to his love for Italian art. After spending time in Rome (1821-1825), he worked in the Netherlands in the idealized style that he knew from Italy. This trio of young musicians in folk costume is a fine example of this. In contrast to Piety, also in this gallery, by the time Kruseman painted Of One Heart, he had virtually abandoned Dutch realism.

On display in room 1.12

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