An excellent example of the hazy, drowsy effect in which Cuyp excelled.
The style of Both is only a slight variation from that of Cuyp.
Cuyp's love of sunshine is rare among Dutch landscape painters.
But Cuyp has not been content with the features of his native Holland.
Cuyp has been called the Dutch Claude, but it is not a good description.
You had to tell Mr. Cuyp, but Shiela was obliged to turn him down after all.
Cuyp was born at Dort—the son of an artist who was one of the founders of the Painters' Guild in that town.
Cuyp is to the river and its banks what Willem Vandevelde is to calm seas and Hobbema to woods.
It is certainly not a view that Cuyp ever saw in Holland with his own eyes.
Whatever the theme may be it remains impressed with the character and individuality of Cuyp.