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Another drawing by me of Bettie Page returning to surrealism again. After scrutinizing her features and estimating what her character would have been like I came to an inescapable conclusion. Eggs, rabbits, dogs and snakes could be derived from her and were essential for her expression.
This one is based on the swimming pool full of optical illusions at Museum ‘Voorlinden’ at Wassenaar, The Netherlands.
A surrealistic graphite pencil drawing of Bettie Page, American pin-up and 1950s celebrity.
Once in a while I want to do something else like this one.
A worked out oil surrealistic painting variation of the last of the ’13 variations on the same theme’ graphite pencil drawing series.
An oil painting of Henriëtte Sibie, who sits for me quite frequently, most of the times at Studio Brugman.
A study after movement and cubism. I was inspired by Marcel Duchamp’s ‘nu descendant l’escalier’. I like women swinging their hips.
One of the early paintings in a distint different cubist style I was searching for. It was my first sales on Saatchiart and my type of cubism has developed into a variety I call ’roundism’.
I love those old colonial post cards of exotic nudes. This one is based on such a card but of course with the addition of extreme colours.