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Artist: Espen Greger Hagen Technique: Silkscreen Edition: 135, number may differ from the photo Signed: Center bottom. The striking and expressive style of his work and the way in which Espen Hagen manages to capture the "character" of his characters through the combination of different techniques did not go unnoticed. Many exhibitions follow, including in Vancouver, Oslo, Monaco, Croatia, Massachusetts, Cologne and in Trondheim. In Amsterdam alone in the Vondelpark, Galerie Donkersloot, Beurs van Berlage, Het Magazijn and Hotel Okura, but also in The Hague (Hotel Des Indes), Maastricht and Naarden (the Arsenal). Espen Hagen has been working closely with his friend Herman Brood since the mid-1990s. Espen exhibits twice in Café Dante, once together with Brood. In 1997 they also exhibit together again, this time in the Arsenal of Jan des Bouvrie in Naarden. Because of their regular concerts and the many canvases they produced together, Espen Hagen is often referred to as Herman Brood's protégé successor. Espen Hagen was the “coming man” in Dutch painting. Thanks to the frequent exhibitions at home and abroad and his regular television appearances, the star of this talented artist was rising strongly. Espen Greger Hagen passed away on April 10, 2008 as a result of a cardiac arrest.