Beech Tree inspired by B.C.Koekkoek
In preparation for my next exhibition at the Koekkoek Museum in Cleves I have interpreted another painting of the 19th century Dutch painter B.C.Koekkoek .
In order to move the scene from the 19th century to modern times I have left out the people and Moyland Castle of the original work. The main focus was on the impressive beech tree and the contrast between light and shade.
The painting is 40x30cm in acrylics on wood.
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