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Reverting to his article in "Oud-Holland" in the 1955 volume No. II (pp. 110—117) in which the author discussed some progressive works by Corn. Springer, he now calls attention to a "View of Brielle under a threatening Thunderstorm" which has recently been brought to light. It dates from 1857 and is in an even more advanced style. In his well-known book on the Amsterdam Impressionists as early as 1941 Professor A. M. Hammacher made some remarkable observations on the avant-gardism of some of our official Romanticists, stressing his comments by discussing a number of examples. Several more examples might be adduced and, more or less linking up with Professor Hammacher, the author mentions a river view from 1851 by S. L. Verveer and an inland port from 1849 by Jan Weissenbruch.
Oud Holland © 1959 Brill