Hollandse Velden.

Amsterdam, De Verbeelding, 1998.

Oblong 4to, pp. 88; 66 colour plates; black cloth, pictorial dustjacket; a fine copy in a fine jacket.

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First edition, first printing. ‘Van der Meer follows in the tradition of the great Dutch landscape painters, but instead of those charming genre pictures … we are given muddy fields and mightily striving, often overweight and overage footballers’ (Parr & Badger). Imbued with a love of both his subjects – football and the Dutch landscape – and inspired by Hans Aarsman’s Hollandse Taferelen (1989), the volume became a quick classic, and was later published in English as Dutch Fields (2004).

Parr & Badger, II, 85.

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