Superb figurative painting created by Jochem de Graaf. This artwork is made with oil paint on linen, with the sides of the canvas also painted with care, allowing it to be hung immediately. The vibrant colors of this artwork are even more beautiful in reality. It comes with a valid certificate of authenticity and can be admired at our gallery in Amersfoort, where it is also available for art lending. Moreover, it is possible to purchase this artwork online. Once we receive your order, we will contact you to arrange a delivery appointment. You always have 14 days right of return.
Amersfoort Art Gallery houses perhaps the largest and undoubtedly the most magnificent collection of paintings by Jochem de Graaf in the Netherlands. All artworks are on display in our gallery, and you are cordially invited to visit.
Jochem de Graaf, living and working in Bunschoten, is a passionate self-taught artist. His process and use of materials add a unique dimension to his paintings, with relief giving depth and texture. The influence of light and shadow further emphasizes this. Jochem has an extensive collection and paints a wide range of subjects, including (female) figures, flowers, landscapes and cities/villages, all in his recognizable style. His artworks are sometimes constructed with modeling paste and are always made with oil paint on linen canvases. He applies the paint with a putty knife, a thick brush or a spatula, and refines it with smaller tools.
Would you like to buy or rent a painting by Jochem de Graaf, or would you first like to view it free of charge? At Amersfoort Art, you have the option of buying or renting artworks by Jochem de Graaf through our art loan service. Part of your rental amount is used to build up a savings that you can use to purchase the artwork in question. If you are looking for something new, you can use your savings to purchase or rent another piece of art, keeping your savings. This art loan is an attractive option for businesses and individuals alike. For more information on terms and conditions, please visit our website. Visit our art lending page for further details.