Oil on canvas - 20e eeuw
|Artist:||John Bevort (1917-1996 )|
|Title of artwork:||Opvliegende eenden boven meer in het bos|
|Technique:||Oil on canvas|
|Condition:||Overall in good condition|
|Sold with frame:||Yes|
|Image size:||60×90 cm|
|Total dimensions:||70×100×5 cm|
Flying ducks above a lake in the forest by John Bevort.
Born 30 November 1917 Utrecht - 1996 Schoorl.
This painter’s beautiful, large work is 100 x 70 cm.
With white /grey original frame that was set up with a palette knife; thick layer of paint.
Packaged with care and shipped.
However, due to its size, I prefer that the painting will be picked up.
Shipping is at buyer’s risk!
Painter John Bevort was educated at the Academy Artibus in Utrecht by Chris Agterberg and G. Nijenhuis.
John H.H. Bevort is mostly known for his naturalistic landscapes, which he painted with a palette knife.
Bevort settled in the North-Holland town of Schoorl around 1960 and is therefore known as the painter from Schoorl.
His work has been exhibited in, among others, the United States and Germany.
Bevort was also a member of the International Organization of Free Art.
Catawiki member since July 2, 2016, received 70 reviews in total (8 in last 12 months)
|Feedback score:||100% (8 reviews)|
|(last 12 months)|
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Leuk schilderij prima verpakt in goede orde aangekomen.
Alleen een beetje jammer van de extreem hoge verzendkosten. 65 euro waar PostNL 25 euro rekent. 40 euro voor een stuk karton en wat plakband....
a good deal,10/10
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|Rest of Europe||$110.05|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Rotterdam (zuid holland ), The Netherlands.