Landscape In The High Mountains by Alexander Joseph Daiwaille
Landscape In The High Mountains by Alexander Joseph Daiwaille

Landscape In The High Mountains

Landscape In The High Mountains by Dutch Painter Alexander Joseph Daiwaille (1818 – 1888); portrait and landscape painter.

This is a wonderful looking country scene with people riding their horses and walking down a country path, as still others rest on the side of the path taking in natures beauty.

The path is lined with trees, bushes and tall grass; and to the left of it os a running stream with boulders in it.

In the background we can see multiple cliffs on either side and in the distance a mountain range, part of which is covered in snow, with large clouds overhead highlighted by a beautiful blue sky as the sun illuminates the mountain range and clouds with its golden rays of light.

This is a retouched digital art old masters reproduction of a public domain image.

Information Below Derived From Wikipedia.org

Alexander was the son of portrait painter Jean Augustin Daiwaille (1786 – 1850) and was born in Amsterdam the Netherlands on January 21 of 1818.

Though like his father Alexander specialized in portraiture in the early part of his career; he would eventually transition to painting landscapes of the Netherlands and Germany.

He painted scenes in Netherlands, which included Hilversum from 1833 – 1834, the Hague from 1840 – 1848; then in Germany including Kleve from 1834 – 1835 and 1840 – 1848.

He also worked with his brother-in-law Barend Cornelis Koekkoek (1803 – 1862) a Dutch Landscape Painter and Lithographer.

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