- Typical screen print by Jeroen Henneman (Haarlem 1942)
- Signed in pencil.
- Condition: In very good condition, slight stain in the top right in the extreme white margin
Will be sent professionally packed and insured with track and trace.
Johannes Jeroen Maria (Jeroen) Henneman (Haarlem, 17 October 1942) is a Dutch painter, draughtsman, printmaker, illustrator, sculptor and theatre and television maker. Henneman grew up in Haarlem and studied at the Institute of Applied Art in Amsterdam from 1959 to 1961. After that he made trips to Belgium, France, Switzerland and the United States for a long period.
His best-known work is the monument from 2006 for Theo van Gogh, “De Schreeuw”. The memorial, which was unveiled in 2007, depicts freedom of expression and how Van Gogh was silenced. Another well-known work is a portrait of Princess Beatrix.
- Jeroen Henneman
- Title of artwork
- As new
- Image size
- 55×73 cm
- Total dimensions
- 59×79×0 cm
- Sold with frame