Tuscany

3.950,00

  • Technique Oil on Linen
  • Size 114 x 174 cm
  • Edition Unica
  • Delivery time 3-5 business days
  • Free shipping Vanaf €50 in NL
  • Art purchase scheme 10 x 395,00 interest-free
  • Art lease 118,50 monthly
  • You save 79,00 monthly
  • Inclusive Baklijst
Rent for € 118,50 p/m
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Description

Discover the artwork: Tuscany by Freddie Segers

Unique painting with a rich history

Recently, Amersfoort Art Gallery was able to get its hands on a beautiful painting by renowned artist Freddie Segers. This impressive artwork, titled “Tuscany,” has a large size of 110×170 cm (canvas size) and is among the rare large works that Freddie only produced sporadically.

Distinctive style and high-quality workmanship

The structured style of Freddie Segers is immediately recognizable in this painting. The artwork is set up very thickly with oil paint, creating an atmospheric 3D effect that transports the viewer to idyllic Tuscany. The painting is framed with a stylish wide baking frame, completing the presentation.

Exclusive and authentic

“Tuscany” is a one-of-a-kind piece and comes with a certificate of authenticity. This makes it not only a wonderful addition to your collection, but also a worthwhile investment. The artwork can be admired in our gallery in Amersfoort and is also available in our art loan.

Availability and purchase

You can purchase this unique artwork online through our web shop. Upon receipt of your order, we will contact you to schedule a delivery appointment. Would you like to see the painting in your own space first? Then contact us for a free trial placement.

About Freddie Segers

Freddie Segers (March 19, 1963 – Feb. 28, 2016) was a Dutch artist who gained notoriety at home and abroad under the name Vansegers. From his childhood in Helmond, Freddie was fascinated by cityscapes, nature and architecture. The village scenes he encountered in Tuscany later caught his attention because of their ancient, pure appearance and lived-in character. This impermanence became an inspiration for many beautiful works of art. After his death in 2016, the supply of his works has become scarce and most are with art lovers and collectors.

Visit us

Stop by our gallery in Amersfoort to admire “Tuscany” and other works by Freddie Segers. We welcome you and help you find the perfect artwork for your collection.