View of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, VII

Artist's Name:
Erik Renssen
Medium: Linocut
17.3 x 20.1 in



An iconic view in Amsterdam, this linocut reveals the city’s canals, unique homes, and the famed Rijksmuseum in the distance. The artist used the “lost method” invented by Picasso where one cuts and prints repeatedly using a single plate. While this work is color blocked and graphic in nature, the lines in the water and sky give this piece movement and vibration.

In affiliation with the Renssen Gallery in Amsterdam, Erik Renssen is an admirer of and inspired by Pablo Picasso.


Additional information

Dimensions17.3 × 20.1 in