Jan Keteleer has been exploring and experimenting with the subject of water and the human interaction with it. Many of his paintings feature women diving into water or swimming underwater. His paintings are considered to be highly realistic and have been compared to those from the Barbizon School and the Hudson River School. His subjects are voyagers and seekers of truth, and they often travel as a group.
Jan Keteleer's paintings, largely photorealistic, depict women's swimming or diving in water. His paintings have received praise and are comparable to those of the Barbizon School and Hudson River School. This is a self-taught artist whose work is highly collectible, especially for its realistic images of the sea and water.
While Jan Keteleer is well-known for his oil paintings of vivid blue water, his recent works show a different side of the artist. He has begun to inject solitude and emotion into his works, and this is showing in his recent work