Recently, Amersfoort Art Gallery was able to get its hands on a beautiful painting by Freddie Segers. A large format of 110×170 (canvas size) that Freddie produced very sporadically and quite rarely becomes available. The distinctive structured style is instantly recognizable. The painting is framed with a stylish wide baking frame. The artwork is set up very thickly with oil paint, creating an atmospheric 3D effect. Obviously a one-of-a-kind. Comes with certificate of authenticity. On display in our gallery in Amersfoort and available in our art loan. It is also possible to purchase this artwork online. Upon receipt of the order, we will contact you to schedule a delivery appointment. Or contact us for a free trial placement.
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 youth in Helmond, Freddie was fascinated in cityscapes, nature and architecture. Later, the village scenes he found in Tuscany attracted his interest. The old, pure look struck him had a lived-in character that had a history attached to it. It had a degree of impermanence then became an inspiration for many beautiful works of art. The supply of artwork by Freddie Segers has become quite scarce after his death in 2016. The works of art are mainly with art lovers and collectors.