Salomon Leonardus Verveer studied at the’ Academy of Fine Art’ in The Hague. He was a pupil of B.J. van Hove.
He made journeys to Germany and France.He painted city scenes and harbour sights mainly in oil and watercolor.
He worked together with his brother Maurits Verveer and with P.G. Vertin.
He became a member of the Royal Academy in Amsterdam and was the teacher of a.o. J. Bles and J. weissenbruch.
His work is part of the collection of:
Rijksprentenkabinet, Rijkmuseum, Stedelijk museum, Museum
Willet-Holthuysen and Fodor museum - Amsterdam, Teylers Stichting-
Haarlem, Haags Gemeentemuseum - The Hague, Kröller-Müller museum-
Otterlo, Museum Boymans-van Beuningen -Rotterdam, Jan Cunen museum- Oss and Rijksmuseum Twenthe -Enschede.
Immerzeel 1842-1843 , vol. 3 (1843), p. 188
Bénédite/Marius 1910 , p. 233
Marius 1903 , passim
Thieme/Becker 1907-1950 , vol. 34 (1940), p. 305
Waller 1938/1974 , p. 341
Witt Checklist 1978
Scheen 1981 , p. 547-548 (as: Verveer, Salomon Leonardus ('Samuel Leonardus');*)
De Leeuw/Sillevis/Dumas 1983 , p. 14 en passim
Sillevis/Trappeniers 1993 , p. 118, 119
Stolwijk 1998 , p. 92 en passim
Reynaerts 2001 , p. 206-207
Jonkman/Geudeker 2010 , p. 44-45
Lucht et al. 2015