(b. 1742, Amsterdam, d. 1819, Amsterdam)
Oil on canvas, 196 x 113 cm
Juriaan Andriessen specialised in large-scale decorative schemes, such as his decoration of the new theatre in Amsterdam in 1774, and painted wall-coverings for manufacture, mainly for private residences. On this painting an Arcadian landscape is depicted with washerwomen on a road, a young family resting nearby.