An early, very large, work by Bram Bogart (born Abraham van den Boogaart) who probably painted this colourful flower still live in Antibes, where he lived in the period 1947-1950. The work is signed in the paint at the lower left.
The works of this Dutch / Belgian world-famous painter have a monumental character. Art historians counted Bogart among the important representatives of so-called matter painting, partly because of his revolutionary material handling and innovative technology.
The Dutch-born Dutch Belgian artist was born in Delft in 1921 under the name of Abraham van den Bogaert and studied at the Academy for some time. As a young, figurative painter, he spent an expressionist period, mainly inspired by Permeke and Van Gogh. Later he started calling himself Bram Bogart and stayed alternately in the Netherlands, Italy and France.
In Paris he lived for some time in the same building as Appel and Corneille, but he refused to join CoBrA. This movement attached too much to chance and impulsivity according to the soloist Bogart.
His work is included in collections of important international museums and collectors.
Some documentation (see photo) that came with the painting are also included.
The painting will be carefully packed and sent by registered and insured mail.
- Bram Bogart (1921-2012)
- Tittel på kunstverk
- Groot stilleven met bloemen
- Olje på lerret
- I god tilstand
- 77×60 cm
- Totale dimensjoner
- 90×74×4 cm