Guillaume (Willem) Bol was born in Tongelre on 1 October 1950 as the youngest son of painter Kees Bol and Toos van 't Hof. The first paintings were made at a young age. In order to make a living, Guillaume created drawings for tourists in La Lozère in France, where he ran a nightclub. And in addition, he also delivered fruit and vegetables to hotels. After 20 years of running a farm in the department of Creuse, Guillaume left with his wife and 2 sons for Tongelre, where he painted the city life in the Lozere.
Condition: reasonably good, the work is slightly damaged and is loose in the frame.
Frame: framed in a simple wooden frame.
Signed: top left.
This work comes from the Fontys collection.
- Guillaume (Willem) Bol(1950)
- Title of artwork
- Oil on panel
- Hand signed
- Overall in fairly good condition
- Sold with frame
- Image size
- 39×30 cm
- Total dimensions
- 43×33×4 cm