This oil painting is based on my drawing ‘Nude – 17-06-15’. An artist often sees one thing in another. Salvador Dali saw a rhinoceros in Vermeer’s Lacemaker. I saw a horse in a women’s thigh.
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I was walking on a Sunday afternoon, the last very hot one of this summer and the central square was deserted. No one was there because of the dying heat and I saw naked women dancing on it.
A quick painting I made the morning before afternoon’s workshop ‘painting glass’.
Marlot Forest is around the corner from where I live and once I saw a woman and a cow there.
A commissioned piece representing the battle of Bun’ei near Hakata Bay, where Samurai try to stop the Mongols in the year 1274.
A study after the glow of satin. The women at The Hague Market looked very surprized when I asked for 5 mtr of her finest pink satin. One does everything for art.
A study after the effects of the glow of satin.
A still life in which I tried to combine cubism and realism in such respect that the cubistic papaya would be looking realistic as well.
One of the many oil paintings but few still lifes I made throughout the years.