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Hannes D'Haese

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acrylic on canvas
100 x 100 centimeters
© Galerie Ludwig Trossaert

Reproduced in the art book "The Happy World of Hannes D'Haese" under Cat. Nr. 3352 (ed. Vision On Art - Galerie Ludwig Trossaert/) Opgenomen in het fotoboek "The Happy World of Hannes D'Haese" onder Cat. Nr. 3352 (uitg. Vision on Art - Galerie Ludwig Trossaert / ) Reproduit dans le livre d'art "The Happy World of Hannes D'Haese" sous le N°. 3352 (éd. Vision on Art - Galerie Ludwig Trossaert / ) EXPO : 23 FEB - 16 MAR 2013 - Wed-Sat 14:00-18:00 (GALERIE LUDWIG TROSSAERT, museumstraat 29, Antwerpen) "Hannes D’haese is the opposite of the classically schooled artist.  Inspired by Karel Appel, D’haese started painting in the wake of his confrontation with the art and colors of the Dutchman. Like this famous cobra artist who claimed to “just throw paint on a canvass”, D’haese professes that he never saw an art academy on the inside; emphasizing that be-coming an artist is not something one can learn, being an artist is found within oneself.  His visions are totally encompassing for him, techniques and schooling too limitative. Is he following in the art-footsteps of Reinhoud d’Haese and Karel Appel (abstract expressionism) or did he redefine love and color into a new form of art? One thing is certain; his art testifies to emotion, passion, sadness and happiness. His art envelops an endless theatre all spectators unwillingly or willingly are part of." Meer informatie / Plus d'information / More information :
Full Artwork Details
Artist: Hannes D'Haese
Title: No Title
Date: 2012
Medium: acrylic on canvas
Medium Category: Painting
Genre: Abstract
Original Dimensions: 100 x 100 centimeters
Copyright: Galerie Ludwig Trossaert
Primary color: 
Tags: abstract expressionism, antwerpen, galerie ludwig trossaert, Karel Appel, cobra

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