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Ton Dubbeldam

"The Source"

"Remains of the Day"

"Water Reflection"


"After the Rain"


"Misty Morning"


"Catch of the Day"


"Legends of the Fall"


"Japanese Garden"


"Lazy Little River"


"Le Jardin, Matin"


"Old Trees"


"Into the Dunes"

"Mid Summer Night in Venice"

"Le Jardin, Soir"

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Ton Dubbeldam

(The Netherlands)

     Ton Dubbeldam was born in the small town of Schoonhoven, Holland, in 1957. His father was a musician and his grandfather a painter. As a boy, his passion for art was fueled by trips to Paris and the French countryside, where he was inspired by the works of Impressionist masters like Van Gogh, Degas, Monet, and Klimt.

     From Klimt, he learned to do the either very high or very low horizons for which he is known. Through these unique views (as through the eyes of a child), the water and sky are strongly accented. This technique is combined with a particular light effect ("repousser") that Dubbeldam creates by pushing the light to the rear of the painting and making the foreground very dark. Dubbeldam says, "You take a step into the painting and follow the light." Ton Dubbeldam studied for six years to become an art teacher, but after teaching only two years, he decided to paint full time when his own artwork started selling throughout Europe.

     His paintings are shown in galleries throughout the United States and in Europe, where he resides in the Netherlands with his family.

     In his 35-year career as an painter, Ton Dubbeldam developed his own style with a combination of realism, impressionism, pointillism and luminism. He paints a world full of form, color and light in a pleasant rhythm. Figurative and abstract at the same time. Dubbeldam's fusion of these two counterparts after years of experimenting and steadily making it his trademark. It is this specific style that connects the visual world with its own experience. The choice of subject is diverse; northern light versus the warm and colorful Mediterranean light, but also the extravagant life of the rich & famous versus the intimate light in nature.


1976 - 1978 Academy Minerva Groningen, the Netherlands

study drawing and painting

1978 - 1983 Academy Minerva Groningen, the Netherlands

1st degree teacher drawing and art history

Jones & Terwilliger proudly represents Ton Dubbeldam in California.



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