24 de julio de 2015


Dutch painter Jan Zoetelief Tromp (1872-1947) was born in Jakarta, where his father worked as an official in the former Dutch East Indies Colony. He was a painter of landscapes and Genre scenes, working largely in oil and watercolor. At an early age he showed great aptitude for drawing and consequently began his artistic training in 1887 with a summer course at the Academy of Fine Art in The Hague. Tromp subsequently continued his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Amsterdam, receiving much attention from August Allebé, the director of the Academy.

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