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Niels Broszat

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Icon #010, 2014 Egg Tempera And Oil Paint On Panel 62,5 X 47 Cm. © The artist
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Icon #011, 2014 Egg Tempera And Oil Paint On Panel 45,5 X 38 Cm. © The artist
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Icon #012, 2014 Egg Tempera And Oil Paint On Panel 62,5 X 47 Cm. © The artist
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Icon #013, 2014 Egg Tempera And Oil Paint On Panel 45,5 X 38,5 Cm. © The artist
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Icon #018, 2015 Egg Tempera And Oil Paint On Panel 42 X 33 Cm. © The artist
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Icon #019, 2015 Egg Tempera And Oil Paint On Panel 42 X 33 Cm. © The artist
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Icon #020, 2015 Egg Tempera And Oil Paint On Panel 42 X 33 Cm. © The artist
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Icon #023, 2016 Egg Tempera And Oil Paint On Panel 90 X 65 Cm. © The artist
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Mettingen (Germany)
Birth year
1980
Lives in
Wilnis
Works in
Wilnis
Schools
Royal Academy of Arts The Hague (NL), 2007, BA
Representing galleries
Refine Art + Artitious
Tags
Broszat, flower still life, midevil, 17th century, 16th century, Catholic, church, Kunsthal, selected by Wim van Krimpen former director of the Gemeente Museum painting, mixed-media, installation, modern, traditional, digital, figurative, sculpture
Medieval-esque world

Wherever art history leaves room for interpretation, my imagination stakes its claim. My fantasies, free associations, and assumptions stand alongside my historic reconstructions. They color my life and broaden my world: a second, imaginary world besides the “genuine” one.

That's the world I want to wander through. To experience another time and place by making that world tangible. So I work tirelessly on objects and artefacts that might belong to such a world. Currently, that world is based on medieval art, saturated by Catholicism and richly decorated objects.

But I'm not trying to recreate an era. I'm creating my own world. I am, after all, a contemporary artist.