- Original colour screen print by Willy Plompen (1942)
- Issued following the important expo: 2nd TRIËNNALE BRUGES
- Signed by hand, dated (‘71) and numbered (12/100) in pencil.
- Printing studio: Veys, Pittem
- Publisher: Provincial government of West Flanders, culture Department
From the graphics folder "2nd Triennial Bruges", with work by Roger Raveel, Pol Mara, Balder and Willy Plompen
This work will be shipped professionally packed and with track and trace.
Willy Plompen, born in Gentbrugge, is a neo-constructivist painter, draughtsman, wall painter and screen printer. He was educated at the academy of Ghent (1959-64). Award JPB (1968). Award Youth Biennale of Paris (1969). Co-founder of "Plus” (Ghent, 1966) Experiments around 1962-63 with colour and contrast. Creates, in the atmosphere of the Pop Art, with a geometrical design and with colour, optical effects. Realises, in collaboration with J. Van Den Abbeel and Y. De Smet, murals in Assenede and Wondelgem. Work in the museums of Charleroi and Ostend (PMMK).
SECOND TRIENNIAL IN BRUGES (1971)
In 1971, the provincial government of West Flanders organised a triennial for plastic art for the second time. The triennial shows what lives in the art world in Flanders.
- Willy Plompen (1942)
- Title of artwork
- 2de TRIËNNALE BRUGGE
- Hand signed
- 100 ex
- As new
- Image size
- 36×36 cm
- Total dimensions
- 36×56×0 cm
- Sold with frame