A Windmill on a Polder Waterway, Known as ‘In the Month of July’

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‘Our country is saturated with colour…. I repeat, our country is not grey, not even in grey weather, nor are the dunes grey’, wrote Constant Gabriël in a letter. Unlike many Hague School painters, he actually enjoyed depicting a beautiful summer day. There are even two of them in this painting: the image of the grass, sky and mill, and their reflection in the water. Date: c 1889. Object ID: SK-A-1505.

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