In a good condition, a unique coloured wooden object by the Dutch artist Joop Jordans (1930). We bought this artwork in 2015. The art object is made in primary colours as the Dutch painter Piet Mondriaan also used in his paintings.
Dimensions: Height 47 cm x Width 24 cm x Depth 6 cm.
Joop Jordans (1930) studied at the Koninklijke Academie voor Beeldende Kunsten in The Hague, department of advertising design in the period 1948-1956. He worked as an window dresser and decorator.
As a painter, Jordans works with acrylic paint on canvas, panel, paper and wood. He also uses filler and palette knives to apply the paint. The skin of the painting plays an important role in this and also determines the expression of the painting. In response to the prevailing superficiality, he continues to search for the hidden beauty. A beauty that is not immediately obvious, but which he slowly discovers, which must be acquired as it were. It's the difference between looking and seeing.
In addition to many exhibitions, his work has also been purchased by the Ministries of Housing and Foreign Affairs and municipalities of The Hague, Voorschoten, Rotterdam and Voorburg.
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- Joop Jordans
- Title of artwork
- Zonder Titel
- Mixed media
- Name on label + Exhibition card
- Good condition
- Total dimensions
- 47×24×0 cm