The tulips as a product of his perception. De Tulpenvlieger by Jan Cremer
Painter / writer Jan Cremer (Enschede, 1940) has specialized in graphic techniques from the start of his studies at the various art academies he visited.
Jan Cremer first studied at the Academy of Visual Arts and Industry (AKI) in Enschede, where he made his first linocuts in 1955.
At the "Kunstoefening" academy in Arnhem, he learned the basics of lithography from Hendrik Valk. Later, at the academies of The Hague and Paris as a student of Paul Citroen and Ossip Zadkine, he specialized mainly in lithography technique
With a grant from the French government, Jan Cremer left for Paris in 1959 where he ends up in Rue Santeuil, the famous hide depot with the studios of Bogart, Appel and Corneille, among others. There he assisted Bram Bogart. He later worked with, among others, Karel Appel, Jean Pons, Piet Clement and Peter Bramsen.
- Jan Cremer
- Title of artwork
- screen print on canvas
- Hand signed
- Image size
- 60×50 cm
- Sold with frame