This graphite pencil drawing ‘St.-Bavo in Haarlem – 03-10-23’ is a break from the continuous stream of cubist female forms.
This graphite pencil drawing ‘Gent – 08-05-23’ shows a different scenery for a change.
Sunday last October 17th my parents and I visised the once-in-a-lifetime exhibition of Albrecht Dürer art works and contemporaries. Crime scene: Suermondt-Ludwig Museum at Aachen, Germany.
Last year I was walking through sunny Voorschoten, a town in the north to where I live.
A couple of weeks back I was going to the Jongkind exhibition at the Dordrechtse Museum at Dordrecht, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands and I decided to go on a short detour across the city which I visit almost two decades ago for the last time.
Oss is a medium sized city in Noord-Bravant, Netherlands and I was in the local museum there (Jan Cunen) I had this view on Oss with the trees at the left of the drawing flowing into the clouds.
The straight lines of the church and the difference in mass between the planes and the those of the branches, inspired to make this piece.
I was lead by the cubist qualities of the Streets of Culemborg, a city in the centre of the Netherlands, in Gelderland.
One of the rare ink / pen drawings I made during adulthood in spite of all efforts when I was a child.