Gerrit Hulseboom (Amsterdam 1784-1863 Vaassen) Studies of a rowing boat and a lee board

Gerrit Hulseboom was born in Amsterdam in 1784 and became a drawing teacher at opvoedings-instituut Van Niel (Reformatory School van Niel) at Vaassen, where he died in 1863. He gave lesson to R.A.L. baron van Isendoorn à Blois. More drawings by Hulseboom in the collection o the Morgan Library & Museum, New York.[1](image 3).

Several drawings also on blue and grey prepared paper by Gerrit Hulseboom in the collection of the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.[2][3](images 4 and 5)




[1] Gerrit Hulseboom, View of a Boathouse, Amsterdam. Black chalk, grey wash. 168 x 263 mm. The Morgan Library & Museum, New York. Inv. no. 2010.45

[2] Gerrit Hulseboom, Landschap met drie boerderijen (Landscape with three farms). Black chalk, brush and grey ink, grey wash, 220 x 340 mm. Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, inv. no. RP-T-1913-93

[3] Gerrit Hulseboom, Watermolen (Water mill). Black chalk, brush and grey wash on blue prepared paper, 222 x 307 mm. Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, inv. no. RP-T-1913-96

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