1811, Aug 181890, Oct 29
a Dutch painter who was the father of Gerard Bilders (1838–1865) and a forerunner of the Hague School. Johannes Bilders was born in Utrecht and took lessons from Jan Lodewijk Jonxis (1789–1867). After travels in Germany, he settled down in 1841 at Oosterbeek, also called the 'Dutch Barbizon', where he gathered around him many young painters who would later become central figures in the Hague School.
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