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offered large watercolor on paper, signed at the bottom.
half-naked representation in a colorful state.
unframed, good condition. sheet dimensions 70 cm x 50 cm.
shipping in a spacious tube.
Bert De Clerck or Albert De Clerck was a Belgian artist who was born in 1912 in Gentbrugge and who died in 1989 in Ghent. He was a painter, etcher, sculptor. From 1929 to 1936 training at the Academy in Ghent led by Robert Aerens, Victor De Budt, Carl De Cock, Leonard De Buck, Oscar Coddron and Jos Verdegem. Evolved from expressionism to surrealism and managed to develop a personal design in the 1960s. He thus delivered both surrealistic and abstract sculptures and paintings. From the press: 'In his work, the damaged person is central as the bearer of emotionally charged ideas such as: sadness, fear, torment, mutilation, uncertainty.' Operated the artist café Taverne Antonio in Ghent (1957-1961). From 1965 he was a teacher at the Cultural Convent of the University of Ghent. Work, among others, in the Museum in Ostend. (Piron)