Theo Wolvecamp (1925-1992) started painting when he was very young. In 1947 he stopped after two years with his studies at the Art Academy in Arnhem and left for Amsterdam. There he became involved in the experimental group in Holland and in 1948 with the Cobra movement. From 1953 to 1954 the young painter worked in Paris.
Wolvecamps’ oeuvre is divided into different periods. Just after the war the work of Pablo Picasso influenced him greatly. Later he became interested in the painter Joan Miró. Kandinsky also had a lot of influence on his work.
Museums including: Cobra Museum voor Moderne Kunst in Amstelveen, Dordrechts Museum, Stadsgalerij Heerlen, Gemeentemuseum Helmond, Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, Silkeborg Kunstmuseum, Museum De Wieger in Deurne.
This piece comes from the company collection of EY.
- Title of artwork
- Image size
- 51×37 cm
- Sold with frame
- Total dimensions
- 66×53×2 cm