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Ten Have was educated from 1976 to 1981 at the Academy of Visual Arts and Technical Sciences in Rotterdam. In 1982 he received a stipend from the Rotterdam Art Foundation and in 1983, with an Italian scholarship, he visited the renowned Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera in Milan. From 1984 to 1985 he studied with a Euro Teaching Fellowship from the Rotterdam art academy at the Exeter College of Art and Design. Ten Have's early works refer to plant motifs and themes from mythology; later works are inspired by dance and landscape. Ten Have is a member of the artists' association Pulchri Studio in The Hague.
From his hand, among others
Wall sculpture Tongue der Kennis (1988), Deventer The muse behind the dike (1989), Norderstedtplein, Zwijndrecht Movement to the other (1991), Chennai (India) Homomonument The Hague International (1993) for the victims of the Second World War, Koningskade, The Hague Prometheus (1994), Alphen aan den Rijn Dolphin dance (2000), Park 't Loo, Voorburg Monumental artwork (2005), Ketelstraat, The Hague (with Marijke Gémessy)