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.
A live model that I painted at Studio Brugman, Voorburg, Netherlands. The purporse was to meet realism from an expressionistic starting point.
A big surrealistic oil painting. Surrealism – with Salvador Dali as exceptional example – always has drawn my attention.
A painting I made for my exhibition in 2008 at museum ‘Marishuis’ at Heumen, Gelderland, Nederland.
A surreastic oil painting with an ashtray and flowers as cigars. I liked painting the texture of fire so I had to come up with a dark negative space to sett off the light sufficiently.
The original oil painting on which I based a much larger version. I was fantasizing what would have happened in the days before the assassination of president John F. Kennedy at the very spot (Dealy Plaza).
A commissionary piece for someone you wanted a bigger version of the one I already painted.