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Robert Zandvliet

*1970 Terband (NL), lives in Rotterdam http://www.galerieonrust.nl/artists.php?cid=00021

  • Lithografie 1/2005
  • Direct flat printing
  • Edition of: 40
  • Size of image: 33,00 cm x 59,50 cm
  • Size: 48,00 cm x 65,00 cm
  • Production: Thomi Wolfensberger, Zurich
  • CHF 360.00
  • available
  • Inquiry
  • Lithografie 2/2005
  • Direct flat printing
  • Edition of: 40
  • Size of image: 33,00 cm x 59,50 cm
  • Size: 48,00 cm x 65,00 cm
  • Production: Thomi Wolfensberger, Zurich
  • CHF 360.00
  • available
  • Inquiry
  • Lithografie 3/2005
  • Direct flat printing
  • Edition of: 40
  • Size of image: 33,00 cm x 59,50 cm
  • Size: 48,00 cm x 65,00 cm
  • Production: Thomi Wolfensberger, Zurich
  • CHF 360.00
  • available
  • Inquiry

Series

  • Alle 3 Blätter 2005
  • Edition of: 40
  • Production: Thomi Wolfensberger, Zurich
  • CHF 1000.00
  • available
  • Inquiry

Zandvliet has turned to landscape as the subject of his painting for several years. He thus stands in the tradition of his Dutch artistic ancestors, who realized the typical features of their landscapes in the horizontal pictorial composition. For Zandvliet, however, it is no longer the visible reality that is important, but the expressivity of the stroke, the emotional brushstroke with which a landscape space is suggested. The light is created from the white with abstract pictorial elements. Often the traditional horizon disappears, foreground and background are then drawn together into a whole. "I paint landscape motifs in a non-narrative way, where colour, image and spirit are of equal importance. What is important to me is to turn over: figurative/abstract, abstract/figurative. Do you see a brushstroke or the horizon, spots of paint or a group of trees? The three lithographs for the VFO are the result of the monotype technique. Because I worked in black and white, brushstrokes and splashes get optimal attention. What there is to see should grow beyond the imagination, not be a picture, remain matter and become a picture."

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