Otto Dicke (1918-1984) - "Vlissingen"

Otto Dicke (1918-1984) - "Vlissingen"
Ink drawing - Hand signed - 1976

Beautiful big pen/washed ink drawing by Otto Dicke.
Scene of Vlissingen in 1976. Condition is excellent.
Signed in full by the artist and marked with year '76.

Image measures approx. 42 x 33 cm till the mat.
It has a double mat and the work is in a gold-coloured aluminium frame measuring approx. 56 x 48 cm.

Otto Dicke (Dordrecht, 3rd May 1918 - Dordrecht, 7th December 1984) was a Dutch visual artist, draftsman and illustrator, cartoonist and comic artist.
Otto was a well-known artist with a close bond with Dordrecht and the area. For almost 50 years he had a studio in the building of Teekengenootschap Pictura.
'Een leven getekend' is the title of the documentary that Wendeline Wilmink produced in 1983 about the life and work of Otto Dicke.
The film gives an idea of the versatility of this self-taught artist. He often stayed in his beloved Alblasserwaard and on the island of Dordrecht, where he produced numerous sketches.
Otto Dicke has produced illustrations in the book Verzet in and around Dordt van K. van Loon.

The etching will be sent carefully packed and - at the expense and risk of the buyer - registered with Postnl.

Lot details
Otto Dicke (1918-1984)
Title of artwork
Ink drawing
Hand signed
In good condition
Sold with frame
5 kg
Image size
30×40 cm
Total dimensions
48×56×2 cm
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