It seems that van Zevenberghen spent most of his long life in Belgium, enduring periods of German occupation in both World Wars. His main travels apparently were to Paris. The entry also notes: "En 1933, il devint professeur à l'Académie royale des beaux-arts de Bruxelles, fonction qu'il remplit jusqu'en 1948." So he was regarded highly enough to become a professor in the Academy.
Not many of his paintings can be found on the Internet. They are generally solidly done. There is one that stands out, however, as can be seen below.
The earliest of his paintings that I could locate.
Painted during wartime when most of Belgium was German-occupied.
The cello player. Several of his paintings feature cellos.
A rare Academy-themed work done while he was a professor.
I'm not sure what the title means. Also, apologies for the poor quality of the image, but it's the best I could find in that size range.
I think this painting is the best of the lot, though it's not particularly characteristic of his work.