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Hans Groeneveld – Dutch painter

Watercolors Painting·

Watercolor from Holland.

Polder ditch in winter - Hans Groeneveld

Polder ditch in winter - Hans Groeneveld

Hans Groeneveld started painting watercolors in 2003.

Since then, he attended several watercolor workshops with great artists such as Greg Allen and Joseph Zbukvic.

He has also studied the great Dutch painters  Rembrandt, Vermeer, van Gogh, 19th century painters such as Israels, Schelfhout, and Vreedenburgh, being close to several museums with their paintings, a good way to learn.

His paintings show spontaneity and good simplification of the scenes.

gimignano valley - Hans Groeneveld

gimignano valley - Hans Groeneveld

Hans tells us “As you might notice my landscapes have – I admit it – a touch of romance. I can’t resist using watercolor as a medium to capture these wonderful places. Watercolor paint is a perfect means to do this. Its sensitivity combined with the speed of water provides the painter enormous spontaneity.”


Ride home to Zandhoek - Hans Groeneveld

Ride home to Zandhoek - Hans Groeneveld


He uses drawings and sketches as a basis for future watercolors but also practice outdoor painting.

One of his paintings (St. Nicolaas Church) was selected to be exhibited at the  Shanghai Zhujiajiao International Watercolour Biennial Exhibition 2010.

St Nicolaas Church - Hans Groeneveld

St Nicolaas Church - Hans Groeneveld

You can find more information on Hans Greneveld and his work at his Website

Watercolor Painting


  1. Hi Hans,

    love your work, what a privelege to be working with such great subject matter.
    Totally agree with your comment about Greg and Joseph.

    Would love to see more of your blogging, keep it up!
    Find me on facebook.


  2. Mooi werk maak je Hans ! Ik herken de stijl van Zbukvic er wel een beetje in maar op Rembrandt lijken is ook niet erg, en Zbukvic is toch een van de grootste in mijn ogen !
    Ik blijf je volgen ,
    Groet, Hannie

  3. Dear Artist

    I’m from Mexico living in a city names Queretaro 2 Hrs from mexico city by road, I just have obtain one of your works title “Roma” its a miniature and I loved it, please accept my anticipated apology and trying not to be rude I want to know how much it will cost at the master pieces market? Thank you for your time, and accept my hy recognition of your work,

    Yours sincerely

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