Friends in Low Places: Herman Richir

by Matthew Innis |

The Low Countries of Europe have been responsible for some of the most important innovations in the history of oil painting, and over the centuries, the region has produced many of the greatest practitioners of the medium the world has ever known.  But by the middle of the nineteenth century . . .

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