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Destrée Johannes-Joseph

Brussels 1827 – 1888 Den Hague

Belgian Painter

A View of the Back Garden of the Castle of the Royal Family, Called “Huis ten Bosch” at Den Hague

Signature: Signed bottom right
Medium: Oil on panel
Dimensions: Image size 26 x 47,50 cm, frame size 40,50 x 61,50 cm

Value: 10.000€ - 20.000€

Destrée Johannes-Joseph was born in Brussels, Belgium on March 27, 1827. He painted landscapes and studied with master teachers Andreas Schelfhout and Bartholomeus Van Hove. After his studies, he moved to The Hague, Holland and became a member of the artiste group, Pulchri Studio.

He exhibited quite extensively in Belgium, Holland, France, Austria and Germany.

Johannes-Joseph Destree died in The Hague, Holland on March 17, 1888.

Today, his paintings can be found in private and public collections, including in The Hague Museum, Haarlem and in Brussels Museums.

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