Jan Cremer (1940) is a Dutch writer and visual artist. He was educated at the art academies of Arnhem and The Hague. Cremer's literature and visual art have striking similarities. Both focus on letting go of the traditional aesthetics and age-old cultural baggage. Actions such as hanging a ticket of fl 1,000,000,- on a painting (he was only 18 years old at the time) and driving along ‘boekenbal’ while honking loudly have made him an enfant terrible of Dutch visual art and literature.
After 1970 he mainly focused on lithographing, which results in a number of 'Dutch landscapes'. Cremer's visual work is constantly exhibited in large one-man exhibitions at home and abroad.
The work comes from the Holland Art Gallery.
The work is signed by hand.
- Jan Cremer (1940)
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- z odręcznym podpisem
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- 64×74×2.5 cm