Jan Jacobs Mulder (Medan, 16 June 1940 – Haarlem, 13 September 2019) was a Dutch painter, sculptor and writer. Mulder was born in the Dutch East Indies to Dutch parents. He spent his preschool years in a Japanese camp. The family later returned to the Netherlands. Mulder was educated at the Rijksnormaalschool voor Tekenleraren in Amsterdam, as a pupil of Theo Michels and Hens der Spoel. He was initially active as a painter and had his studio in the Stompe Toren in Spaarnwoude. In 1967 he won the first prize for painting at a competition of the KunstenaarsCentrumBergen.
Dirty on the glass plate and frame damaged.
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This painting comes from the company collection of EY.
- Jan Mulder
- Titel des Kunstwerks
- Kreide auf Papier
- Guter Zustand
- 44×34×2 cm