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Expressive & Naive Dirk Breed
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Expressive & Naive Dirk Breed

Dirk Breed (Kolhorn 1920 – 2004) was a resilient artist despite the small handicap of a stiff leg. During World War II, he studied under Thijs Sterk in Bergen. In 1946, he began his education ...
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The Pursuit for Color by Hillenius

The Pursuit for Color by Hillenius

Jaap Hillenius (1934-1999) style is often described as a personal variant of nineteenth-century Impressionism, with Manet and Seurat being his major influences. These techniques inspired his painti...
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Lumunist Emile Claus

Lumunist Emile Claus

Emile Claus (Sint-Eloois-Vijve 1849 – 1924 Astene) was The representative of Impressionism in Belgium. Between 1869 and 1874, he studied at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp under land...
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Divisionistic George Morren - Lyklema Fine Art

Divisionistic George Morren

Belgian artist George Morren (Ekeren 1868-1941 Brussels) was the son of a grain merchant and received his first painting lessons in Antwerp from Emile Claus. He fled the conformist teaching system...
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Romantic Neuhuys - Lyklema Fine Art

Romantic Neuhuys

Albert Neuhuys (Utrecht 1844-1914 Locarno) had a significant influence on the Laren School, particularly in portraying the rural interiors of the Gooi region. He, alongside Jozef Isra...
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Futurist Schmalzigaug - Lyklema Fine Art

Futurist Schmalzigaug

Jules Schmalzigaug (Antwerp 1882 -1917 The Hague) was a Belgian painter and draftsman of Jewish German descent. Schmalzigaug was one of the first Belgian avant-garde artists to emerge within Itali...
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Theorist Vantongerloo - Lyklema Fine Art

Theorist Vantongerloo

Georges Vantongerloo (Antwerp 1886-1965 Paris) is internationally recognized as Belgium's foremost abstract artist and theorist. Despite his significant influence on the development of 20th-centur...
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Knight Raveel - Lyklema Fine Art

Knight Raveel

Roger Henri Kamiel Raveel (Machelen-aan de Leie 1921 – 2013 Deinze) was a Flemish post-expressionist painter and creator of ceramics and art objects. He is associated with pop art and rightfully ...
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