7th Acrylic Painting Inspired by B.C.Koekkoek

painted by Pat Harrison

Group of Trees with Cows

Here is another reproduction of paintings inspired by the 19th century Dutch painter B.C.Koekkoek.

This work is painted in acrylics on wood size 13x18cm. It shows cows among a groups of trees by a river. Wonderful rock formations add interest to the painting as does the house in the background.

This painting was on show in Cleves at the old master´s Koekkoek Musuem in May this year. My painter friend and I will had been invited to sell our works and demonstrate the old painting techniques.

You will find more of my landscape paintings when you click here. For an enlarged view please click on the photo. The original and limited edition prints are available upon enquiry.

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About Pat Harrison

Painting and drawing have been my passion from early childhood. I have attended numerous exhibitions in England and Germany. Presented with several awards for my paintings I now have one of my works on permanent display at a museum in Greater London with growing sales and commissions.
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2 Responses to 7th Acrylic Painting Inspired by B.C.Koekkoek

  1. beautiful almost looks like fantasy art with the vivid colours


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