Ceiling of a 1730\'s period room in the former British consulate of Amsterdam 
just before installation of the new painting<p>
<span style=\"color: #ffffff; font-size: 8pt;\">رسم اسقف - جدارية</span>
Ceiling of a 1730's period room in the former British consulate of Amsterdam just before installation of the new painting

رسم اسقف - جدارية


A well preseved and fully restored 1730\'s period room in the former British consulate of Amsterdam, <p>just before installation of the new painted ceiling.
A well preseved and fully restored 1730's period room in the former British consulate of Amsterdam,

just before installation of the new painted ceiling.


Empty ceiling frame high over the stairs of Schoonoord House, an 1870\'s arts & crafts villa
Empty ceiling frame high over the stairs of Schoonoord House, an 1870's arts & crafts villa

Six panels of a 21 M²  ceiling for a private residence in Bergen
Six panels of a 21 M² ceiling for a private residence in Bergen

first stages of our 60 M² ceiling for a Cees Dam designed boardroom
first stages of our 60 M² ceiling for a Cees Dam designed boardroom

first days of work on the 60 M² ceiling for a Cees Dam designed boardroom
first days of work on the 60 M² ceiling for a Cees Dam designed boardroom

First sketch for a new painting on the hexagonal ceiling of an 18th c. teahouse. The last remaining item of two magnificent but once demolished 17th c. country estates with majestic gardens, ornamental lakes, ànd some spectaculair menageries that had the privilege of being portrayed by Melchior d\'Hondecoeter.
A selection of tropical birds reflecting the Dutch craze for Natural History collections, zoo\'s and aviaries. . and the tradition of E&W. India Company personnel trading animals on the side, to supply them. . .
Historical research has shown that these birds depicted here, have actually been seen in 17th and 18th c. menageries around Amsterdam.. .
\"Hondecoeter in Driemond\" or \"Other ones Feathers\" - a provisional title derived from one of Aesop\'s fables, (popular in the 18th c.) will be executed at the studio in the winter of 2016/17. .
First sketch for a new painting on the hexagonal ceiling of an 18th c. teahouse. The last remaining item of two magnificent but once demolished 17th c. country estates with majestic gardens, ornamental lakes, ànd some spectaculair menageries that had the privilege of being portrayed by Melchior d'Hondecoeter. A selection of tropical birds reflecting the Dutch craze for Natural History collections, zoo's and aviaries. . and the tradition of E&W. India Company personnel trading animals on the side, to supply them. . . Historical research has shown that these birds depicted here, have actually been seen in 17th and 18th c. menageries around Amsterdam.. . "Hondecoeter in Driemond" or "Other ones Feathers" - a provisional title derived from one of Aesop's fables, (popular in the 18th c.) will be executed at the studio in the winter of 2016/17. .

Maquette - Study for a Painted Room
Maquette - Study for a Painted Room

Studio
Studio

Installing the paintings at the Herengracht
Installing the paintings at the Herengracht

Studio
Studio

Studio
Studio

Works in Progress

Works in Progress

A wall of color samples - executing the coffered ceiling at Verwelius for Cees Dam
A wall of color samples - executing the coffered ceiling at Verwelius for Cees Dam

Works in Progress