Jan Verhaas (* 5. Oktober in Maassluis) ist ein niederländischer Snookerschiedsrichter. == Leben == Verhaas ist seit Schiedsrichter auf der Snooker. Not Jan Verhaas · @thebiggiants. Ein Account, angelehnt an den Chef-Referee von World Snooker ▫ #sf ▫ Not the real Jan ▫ Nicht der echte Jan ▫️. Sheffield Shots: Selby Weltmeister. Mark Selby ist Snooker-Weltmeister und krönt sich damit zum dritten Mal in den letzten vier Jahren.
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Verhas struck up a life-long friendship with them. Verhas completed his studies in After spending a few months in Paris he participated in the same year in the Belgian Prix de Rome.
He was awarded the second prize in the competition. Still, the Belgian government awarded him a special subsidy of 1, francs and commissioned from him a composition depicting the Battle of Kallo.
He remained in Venice for two to three months, studying and copying the masters. Lack of funds forced him to leave Italy. He travelled back via Paris where his brother Frans was working at the time.
Jan assisted his brother in the execution of several decorative projects. From to the artist lived in Binche as he had fallen in love with and married a woman from that town.
A daughter born from this his marriage married later the painter and jurist Gisbert Combaz. Verhas settled in Brussels in He then largely abandoned history painting in favor of depictions of scenes from contemporary life.
From that time his career took off as he received many official as well as private commissions including for portraits of children and genre scenes with children.
Starting from Verhas abandoned his scenes of bourgeois interiors with children. He started to spend time in Heist-aan-Zee on the Belgian coast where he explored new themes and the practice of plein air painting.
The artist devoted himself to the representation of lively scenes he witnessed in the coastal area: Verhas made a number of trips including to Berlin where he met Adolph Menzel , to Munich and to London where he met up with his old friend Lawrence Alma-Tadema.
Verhas regularly contributed works to the various Salons of his time. He won a second class medal in the Paris Salon of and gold medals at the Berlin exhibition of and the Exposition Universelle of Verhas received several official distinctions.
Jan Verhas died in Schaerbeek in Verhas was known for his genre paintings often involving children of the Belgian bourgeoisie.
He painted portraits of persons from the political and artistic world. Jan Verhas commenced his career as a history painter in the Belgian Romantic style.
In his later period he created coastal landscapes, beach scenes, and the occasional still life of flowers.
He was also a fresco painter who painted a number of historical frescoes in the city hall of his hometown Dendermonde.
His earliest works dealt with history subjects and were executed in the Romantic style which was then in vogue in Belgian academic circles. His most important work from this period is the Battle of Kallo of City Hall of Kallo , in which he depicts a cavalry skirmish in a whirlwind of figures.
After moving to Brussels, he gradually developed his own Realist approach to rendering scenes of everyday life with a humoristic touch.
His favourite subject were children engaged in some innocent activity or mischief. The settings of these scenes were typically interiors of bourgeois residences, princely libraries and large terraces with rich decorations and opulent furniture and accessories.
These works show in the lines of the composition a certain influence of Alma-Tadema. This composition shows five children of different ages in an opulent room gathered on one side of a black shining table on which various toys are laying about.
The youngest of the children, a boy wearing a bib, is shown in the middle concentrating on putting his first brushstroke while his brother and sisters are looking on with encouraging and endeared gazes.
After apologising to Dott, the player then missed his next shot and went on to lose the frame, and the match.
Verhaas played a notable role in Ronnie O'Sullivan's record 10th maximum break on 20 September at the World Open. After finding out that there was no special prize for completing a , O'Sullivan shook hands with opponent Mark King after potting the last pink.
Verhaas, however, persuaded O'Sullivan to pot the last black and finish his break. For several years he also refereed nine-ball pool tournaments organised by Matchroom Sport.
This included several appearances at the Mosconi Cup and the initial Matchroom-organised World Pool Championship in , which was won by Efren Reyes.
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