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Corneille - Abstract Figuration

€375,00

Born in Liège, Belgium, as Guillaume Cornelis Beverloo in 1922, as the child of Dutch parents. Died in 2010 in Auvers-sur-Oise, France. Education: Corneille courses at the Amsterdam Academy but was mainly self-taught. Corneille was one of the founders and one of the handy representatives of the Cobra movement. He was a prolific artist and has created an enormous amount of paintings, sculptures and graphics. Initially strongly influenced by Picasso, but later with the Cobra style characteristics that are well known to Corneille. Corneille has worked abstractly, but from about 1960 onwards he works figuratively with the famous birds, women and flowers as subject.

Karel Appel - Abstract Composition

€1.195,00

Animals were among Karel Appel’s most beloved subject matter, and the CoBrA artist depicted birds, dogs, snakes, caterpillars, fish, crocodiles, and elephants throughout his career. His favorite animals to paint were cats, which the artist vivaciously portrayed through wide, multi-hued brushstrokes that transformed the pet into abstract forms.

Karel Appel - Abstract Composition

€1.195,00

Animals were among Karel Appel’s most beloved subject matter, and the CoBrA artist depicted birds, dogs, snakes, caterpillars, fish, crocodiles, and elephants throughout his career. His favorite animals to paint were cats, which the artist vivaciously portrayed through wide, multi-hued brushstrokes that transformed the pet into abstract forms.

Karel Appel - Abstract Figuration

€1.195,00

Animals were among Karel Appel’s most beloved subject matter, and the CoBrA artist depicted birds, dogs, snakes, caterpillars, fish, crocodiles, and elephants throughout his career. His favorite animals to paint were cats, which the artist vivaciously portrayed through wide, multi-hued brushstrokes that transformed the pet into abstract forms.

Theo Wolvecamp - Lithograph

€325,00

Theo Wolvecamp started painting at a young age. In 1947 he stopped studying at the art academy in Arnhem after two years and left for Amsterdam. There he became involved with the Experimental Group in Holland and in 1948 with the Cobra movement. From 1953 to 1954, the young painter worked in Paris. He later returned to his hometown of Hengelo. From Twente he took part in many national and international group exhibitions. 
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