Charles J. Kemper - Pen tekening

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  • Charles J. Kemper (1913-1985)
TypeDrawing / Aquarelle
TechniquePen (Ink)
FramedOnly in Passe-partout
Dimensions26 cm x 43 cm (h x b)
Passe-partout35 cm x 50 cm (h x b)
SignedHand signed
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Pen drawing by Charles J. Kemper. Year: 1980. Dimensions top including passepartout: H35 x W50cm. Dimensions 2 performances: H25 x W43cm. The works are signed at the bottom left in pen by the artist. The authenticity of the work offered is fully guaranteed. A certificate of authenticity can be emailed upon request.

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Charles Jean Kemper (Heemstede, September 18, 1913 - Rotterdam, October 25, 1985) was a Dutch painter.

Kemper worked for the police in Rotterdam and was taught by PC Wilt in the evenings. From the third grade he continued his education at the Academy of Visual Arts in Rotterdam, where he was taught by Bautz (portraits and nudes). In 1947 he studied with HF Boot in Haarlem. He painted and watercolored in Rotterdam, ports, figures and portraits. A separate genre are the interiors of cafes and bars. From 1951, Kemper was part of the Rotterdam exhibition group Argus, together with Kees Franse, Jan Goedhart, Ed van Zanden and later also Jan Burgerhout. Since then, his interest has continued to focus on the advancing city, industrial activity and the decline of the countryside.

There were not many artists in the city in the early fifties, but there was, as Mathieu Ficheroux - the wall portrait of Multatuli in the Van Oldenbarneveldstraat (1974) - looked up to, a clear hierarchy. At the top he placed the Argus group, of which Louis van Roode was a part for some time after his Window period. In addition to Van Roode, these included Jan Burgerhout, Kees Franse, Jan Goedhart, Charles Kemper, Huib Noorlander and Ed van Zanden. The founders chose the name Argus, the mythological giant with a hundred eyes, to indicate clearly that looking came first for them and that the members were not concerned with a new movement in the art.


There is a small damage on the right image, there is a small damage in the bottom right corner.

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Charles J. Kemper (1913-1985)

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Start time:18-08-2022 at 15:45
End time:28-08-2022 at 19:32
Starting bid € 59
Buyer's premium: 15%
Pick upYes, possible
Location of the object'S-GRAVENZANDE,  The Netherlands
ShipmentOnly within Europe

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