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Simon Balyon

Summer in Holland - SOLD

Summer in Holland - SOLD

A Dutch Riverside

A Dutch Riverside

Working in the Flower Fields

Working in the Flower Fields

Waiting in the Snow

Waiting in the Snow

Old Dutch Fishing Boats

Old Dutch Fishing Boats

Follow the Shepherd

Follow the Shepherd

A Dutch Polder Landscape

A Dutch Polder Landscape

A Conversation

A Conversation

Watching the Fishermen

Watching the Fishermen

A Summer's Riverside

A Summer's Riverside

Sheep Walking in the Snow

Sheep Walking in the Snow

Walking to the Meadow

Walking to the Meadow

A Walk in the Snow - SOLD

A Walk in the Snow - SOLD

Working on the Dutch Coastline - Sold

Working on the Dutch Coastline - Sold

A Winter's Day - Sold

A Winter's Day - Sold

The Daily Catch - Sold

The Daily Catch - Sold

A Short Walk With Sheep - Sold

A Short Walk With Sheep - Sold

A Summer Riverside - Sold

A Summer Riverside - Sold

Going Home - Sold

Going Home - Sold

Near the Dutch Coastline - Sold

Near the Dutch Coastline - Sold

Artist Simon Balyon developed a passion for painting at an early age. Whether painting in his studio, plein-air in the countryside or on the beach, Simon is able to convey the various moods of the different seasons on his canvasses. His compositions often reflect the beauty of the Dutch countryside, whether it is through his crisp winter scenes, lushly foliaged summer renditions or his budding spring countrysides. His landscapes are immersed in a most tranquil and luminous serenity, and are wonderfully balanced in composition. While living and working in the Netherlands, Simon's work is represented in Galleries in the United States, Canada and throughout Europe. Prominent Art connoisseurs and collectors alike collect Simon's paintings.

Born in 1965 in The Hague, the Netherlands, Simon grew up in an artistic environment. He is the youngest of seven children some of who are highly acclaimed Artists and Graphic Designers as well. Like his brothers and mentors, his love and devotion for nature is evident in his work.

Simon's artwork is influenced by the Impressionistic and Romantic schools. He has long studied the Masters in many European museums and his interest includes the painters from the The Hague School. Simon has studied and worked with a number of successful artists such as Hans van Moerkerken, Kees Roosenboom and his brothers André Balyon and Nanne Balyon whom he continues to study and work with.