Theo Wolvecamp (Hengelo, 30 August 1925 - Amsterdam, 11 October 1992) was a painter and graphic artist who was a member of the CoBra group for a number of years. His father was a tailor and died circa 1934 when Wolvecamp was nine years old. He began painting in a refined cubist style during the war (1940-45) and really learned to draw in private lessons. In 1942 he painted briefly with Eef de Weerd at Riemko Holtrop's studio; both then worked on a still life. It was also Holtrop who put them in touch with the older painters from the Goor area: Folkert Haanstra Sr. and Jan Broeze.
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This painting comes from the company collection of EY.
- Theo Wolvekamp
- Titre de l'oeuvre d'art
- Signé à la main
- Bon état
- Dimensions totales
- 116×103×3 cm