Two Sisters by Johannes Albert Neuhuys

Two Sisters by Johannes Albert Neuhuys

Johannes Albert Neuhuys (Utrecht, 1844 – Locarno, 1914) was a founder member of the Laren School where he painted farmers and weavers in their homes. The etching by Petrus, shown here, is typical of the genre painted by Neuhuys.

This etching was included in a portfolio of work published under the title "Moderne Kunst in Nederland" by Holkema & Warendorf.

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