Koekkoek House Exhibition in Cleves, Germany

painting by Rainer Hillebrand alias Pat Harrison

Group of Trees – after B.C.Koekkoek

On May 28 there will be an exhibition and demonstration of the old master´s techniques at the Koekkoek House in Cleves. Similar to last year´s event the Koekkoek artist Peter Kempf and myself will be painting at the museum envisaging 19th century landscapes.

Both Peter and I have studied his works and have developed our individual styles to interpret the master. While Peter Kempf concentrates on oil paintings I paint in acrylics.

In contrast to the large original canvases our reproductions are affordable miniatures which visitors will be able to buy. Peter will also bring some of his large-scale paintings.

This year the museum also presents works of one of B.C.Koekkoek´s contemporaries, Johannes Warnardus Bilders (Utrecht 1811-1890 Oosterbeek).

Come and visit the Koekkoek Museum exhibition of the old masters and watch us interpret their art.

Gardening fans will be able to enjoy an additional attraction as the museum´s garden will be open to visitors together with many other famous private gardens in Cleves.
(opening times: House and Garden 11 am till 5 pm, reduced entrance fees incl. exhibition and painting demonstration). The Koekkoek House Cafeteria will also be open on the day.

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The pictures above give you an impression of the show last year. You will find more of my paintings when you click here. For an enlarged view please click on the photo. Similar originals and limited edition prints are available upon enquiry.

If you want to contact me personally please click here.

More of my own paintings here.

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About landscape painter

Painting and drawing have been my passion from early childhood. I have attended numerous exhibitions in England and Germany. Presented with the Judges Award at a show I now have one of my paintings on permanent display at a museum in Greater London with growing sales and commissions.
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