Oil on canvas: 86 x 110 cm / 33.9 x 43.3 ins
Signed lower right
Painter of portraits, landscapes and still lifes.
Isidore Verheyden was a pupil of Jean-François Portaels and Joseph Quinaux. He exhibited regularly and most successfully at the Triennial Salons. He established himself in the Belgian capital in 1883. He spent some years in the Campine and the lower Scheldt area. He taught at the Brussels Academy of Fine Arts from 1900 until his death in 1905. From 1885 onwards, he belonged to the “Les XX” Group.
Antwerp 1846 - Brussels 1905
Alost - Antwerp - Brussels - Ghent - Liège - Mons - Ostend
P. & V. Berko "Dictionary of Belgian painters born between 1750 & 1875", Knokke 1981, p. 750-751.