Catharina Julia Roeters van Lennep (1813–1883) was a Dutch artist. She was born in 1813 in Almelo, the daughter of the merchant, also consul in Königsberg, Jacob Roeters van Lennep and Johanna Hermina Coster. She was educated at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Amsterdam, where she became an honorary member in 1838. Her work has been exhibited here regularly. She was a student of Anton Weiss. Roeters van Lennep painted still lifes, using flowers and fruit, as well as hunting scenes. One of her still lifes was awarded the silver medal of the Society Felix Meritis in 1842. She was portrayed by the Amsterdam painter Thérèse Schwartze.
Catharina Julia Roeters van Lennep - Still Life with Bird and Horn Romantic
Artist: Catharina Julia Roeters van Lennep
Title: Still Life with Bird and Horn Romantic
Year: Around 1860
Medium: Oil paint on canvas
Size: 52 cm x 58 cm