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Born
Zwollerkerspel (hist., Zwolle) 1866-02-08
Deceased
Overveen (Bloemendaal) 1924-06-14
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echtgenoot van Willy Keuchenius
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Nieuwenhuis, Lion Cachet and Dijsselhof worked together for, among other things, the furniture workshop of the art dealership E.J. van Wisselingh & Co., Amsterdam between 1897 and 1903
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Biographical information
Period of activity
1881 - 1924
ca. 1881-1924
Active in
  • Den Haag 1882 - 1888
  • Amsterdam 1888
    Hemonystraat 29 from 9 February 1888 until March 1888.; Amsterdam population register (1874-1893).
  • Amsterdam 1888
    Eerst Jan Steenstraat 190 from March 1888 until April 1888; Amsterdam population register (1874-1893).
  • Artis (Amsterdam) 1884 - 1897
    Dijsselhof came to Artis almost daily during and after his studies at the National School of Applied Arts and was a regular visitor to the Aquarium, which was opened in 1882. Dijsselhof was an extraordinary member of the zoo from 1894-1896, and had unlimited access to the zoo.
  • Berlijn 1888 - 1889
    With Theo Nieuwenhuis he traveled through Europe between spring 1888 and June 1889. They visited Dresden, Prague, Vienna and Munich, among others.
  • Amsterdam 1889 - 1890
    Govert Flinckstraat 190 from 1 October 1889 until March 1890; Amsterdam population register (1874-1893).
  • Amsterdam 1890
    Barentszstraat 67 from March 1890 until October 1890; Amsterdam population register (1874-1893).
  • Amsterdam 1890 - 1891
    Nieuwe Achtergracht 2 from October 1890 until 12 February 1891; Amsterdam population register (1874-1893).
  • Amsterdam 1891 - 1892
    Van Woustraat 78 from 3 November 1891 until 9 May 1892; Amsterdam population register (1874-1893).
  • Overijssel (prov.)
    He lived in Delfsen in 1892
  • Amsterdam 1896 - 1897
    Amsteldijk 41 from 1 May 1896 until 4 June 1897; Amsterdam population register (1874-1893).
  • Laren (verwijderen)
  • Dresden
  • Praag
  • Wenen
  • München
  • Parijs 1889-03 - 1889-06
    Together with Theodoor Nieuwenhuis worked at the build up of and during the Exposition Universelle of 1899, returned to the Netherlands in early June; Y. Brentjes, Dwalen door het paradijs; leven en werk van G.W. Dijsselhof (1866-1924) (tent. cat. Gemeentemusuem Den Haag, Den Haag), Zwolle 2002, p. 33
  • Laren (Noord-Holland) 1897 - 1899
  • Haarlem 1899 - 1912
  • Aerdenhout (Bloemendaal)
  • Overveen (Bloemendaal) 1912 - 1924
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Subjects
This field specifies the various subject categories or genres that constitute the oeuvre of the artist in question. The contents of this field are generally based more on the documentation available at the RKD than on the literature.
genre, figure, cityscape, landscape (as genre), portrait, still life, animal painting (genre)
bekend geworden door zijn schilderijen en aquarellen van aquariums; legde zich na 1900 toe op het schilderen van vissen in impressionistische stijl
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