Herfst – Winter Stock Tentoonstelling

Herfst – Winter Stock Tentoonstelling

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Het Blaauw Laaken Kunstkabinet is geopend van donderdag t/m zondag van 13.00 tot 17.00 uur. Maandag t/m woensdag gesloten.               

Bezoekadres: Engstraat 14 in Heusden.

Kees Bol, Stilleven met Gele Bloemen, 60×50, 1995
Kees Bol, De Maas, 60×80, 1992
Kees Bol, Volop Herfst aan ´t Kanaal bij Breugel, 50×70, 1977
Makreel met Appels 40x50 2003
Kees Bol, Stilleven met Makreel en Appels, 40×50, 2003
Kees Bol, Bloemenstilleven Roze Blauw, 63×55, 1991
Rode Paprika´s 30x40 1979
Kees Bol, Rode Paprika´s, 30×40, 1979
Kees Bol, Stilleven met Drie Appels op Witte Schaal, 30×40, 1995

 

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One Response to Herfst – Winter Stock Tentoonstelling

  1. Hello Gallery. Just a bit of information.
    My name is John Mutsaers and I live in Australia. When I was a young boy I lived in Eindhoven and during that time I sometimes visited Kees Bol’s studio in Tongelre and watched him paint; I’ve always remained a fan. In 2008 my wife Mary and I were lucky to meet him again in his studio in Heusden and spent a little time with him. When we learned of his death in in 2009 I considered how lucky I was to meet him again.
    Kees Bol has been a major influence in my art career and my long time favourite painting of Kees was his “Het blauwe kooitje met witte kanarie”. This painting became the catalyst for a series I’ve worked on for the past five years or so. Finally my exhibition called “The Infinite Birdcage” opened last week at the ArtSpace Gallery in a town near where we live, Wonthaggi. It started with a small painting I did to commemorate Kees’ passing complete with the Brabantse flag at half-mast.
    The exhibition details are on my website http://www.johnmutsaers.com It shows this small painting and the history of how it evolved and giving credit to Kees Bol my life long inspiration.
    I was very grateful that you sent me one of Kees’ old brushes; I keep it in my studio always.
    Kind regards
    John Mutsaers

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