Dirk Baksteen-Kempic house

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Dirk Baksteen-Kempic house

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One of the famous Kempen houses of the painter Dirk Baksteen (the Etser of the Kempen). The dimensions of the etching are 31 x 23 cm Dirk Baksteen (Rotterdam 29 March 1886 – Antwerp 24 September 1971) ; Painter, watercolorist but above all etcher van de Kempen. He has been working in various decoration studios since he was thirteen and has meanwhile been taking evening classes at the Academy of Rotterdam. Short training at the Academy in Antwerp (1911). Settles in Mol (1912) and Achterbos (1913) as friend and disciple of Jakob Smits. He becomes acquainted with the American etcher William Sherwood, who introduces him to all the secrets of engraving techniques and also introduces him to the American etchers. Exhibitions: • 1926, Brussels, La Maison du Livre, Engraving Originale Belge - Exposition Annuelle • 1941, Cologne (D), Kölnischer Kunstverein, Flämische Kunst der, Deutsch-Flämischen Arbeitsgemeinschaft DE.VL.AG, (June) • 1942, Trier (D), Städtisches Museum, Flämische Graphik der Gegenwart • 1942, Mannheim (D), Kunsthalle der Stadt Mannheim, Flämische Graphik der Gegenwart • 1952, 's-Hertogenbosch, The Museum of the Provincial Society of Arts and Sciences in North Brabant, Flemish Graphic Art • 1973, Turnhout, De Warande Culture and Meeting Centre, De Kempen around the turn of the century

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Colors

Material
Paper

Style
Modern

Subject
Architecture

Orientation
Landscape
Number of items
1 pcs
Width
42 cm
Height
32 cm
Length
1 cm

ConditionExcellent

As good as new with no signs of wear

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