Fredericus Jacobus van Rossom Du Chattel (1856-1917)

Fredericus Jacobus van Rossom Du Chattel (1856-1917) was a painter and watercolourist of landscapes and waterscapes. He studied at the academy in The Hague on a stipend granted him as a 17 year old by King Willem the third. He worked in Munich and Berlin before leaving for the Indies, where he spent two years. He was later decorated with the order of Leopold and the Order of St Michael. He is noted for his watercolours. His work is housed in numerous public collections including Amsterdam Glasgow and The Hague.