Water colours on falconry by Charles Rochussen (1814-1894) in Dortrecht, NL

Date Created: 10 November 2017

Author: Charles Rochussen (1814-1894), Dutch

Source: Dick ten Bosch

Owner: Johan Barhtold Jongkind exhibit in Dortrecht Museum in the Netherlands

Location: Dortrecht Museum in the Netherlands

  • Netherlands
  • Falcon
  • Painting
  • 19th Century
  • Hunting
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Comments from FHT Director Dick ten Bosch on 10 November (with many thanks ot him):

Some falconry watercolours and drawings by Rochussen; studies made during the club meetings of the RLHC at Het Loo Palace. (app.1850)

These studies by Rochussen were exhibited as part of a Jongkind exhibition in the Dortrecht Museum in the Netherlands.

 

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