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Corneille - Flevoland

Nice Corneille 94/200. litho

Guillaume Corneille van Beverloo, better known as Corneille, was a Dutch painter. Although largely self-taught, he attended art courses at the Amsterdam State Academy between 1940 and 1942. In 1946 he held his first exhibition in Groningen. He himself claimed that painting is not a hobby or work, but rather a vocation. Initially, he was strongly influenced by Picasso's work, but he broke away from it in 1948 and became one of the founders of the Dutch Experimental Group, together with Karel Appel and Constant Nieuwenhuys. All three artists left Amsterdam and moved to Paris, where she formed the international art group CoBrA.

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Object Print
Artist Corneille
Title of artwork Flevoland
Period 2000-2009
Year 2004
Technique Lithograph
Signature Hand signed
Edition 88/200
Condition Good condition
Total dimensions 60×42×0.1 cm
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