Schilderijen kopen van de Belgische kunstenaar Edward Van Ryswyck

Van Ryswyck Edward

Edward Van Ryswyck was a Belgian artist, born in Antwerp in 1871 and died in Antwerp in 1931. He was a painter, watercolorist and illustrator. He was also the grandson of Theodore Van Ryswyck and nephew of the Antwerp mayor Jan Van Ryswyck. He followed his education at the Academy in Antwerp under the supervision of J.G. Rosier. During the first three years of his career he mainly studied botanical subjects. After that he worked regularly at the Zoo in Antwerp. At the age of 19 he painted Eagles Fighting for Prey, a work that was awarded a scholarship. He then lived in Paris for three years, where he studied at the Académie Julian. At the same time he worked in the studio of a decorative painter. He took part in the Triennial Exhibition in Antwerp in 1911. During the First World War he lived in the Netherlands and trained in portrait painting. From the press: “As a realistic painter of landscapes and still lifes, E.V.R. a very strong technical skill in painting still lifes with flowers, fish, fruits and game. In his still lifes he recalls the Antwerp painters of the 17th century, Frans Sneyders and Jan Fyt. (Piron)