Robert van den Herik - The fine art of traveling

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Robert van den Herik - The fine art of traveling

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Canvas Print "The fine art of traveling". Painted by Robert van den Herik. This is a surreal rendering of a square in the center of Paris. In the courtyard of the Palais Royal is an art installation made by the French artist Daniel Buren (1985). It's called "Les Deux Plateaux", also known as "Colonnes de Buren" Robert was very impressed with this square, with the artwork. The atmosphere, colors, serenity, etc. Robert painted water in this square. In it a giant, mega, gigantic squid. It comes across as very menacing. This one breaks the serenity. The size of the painted part is 60 x 60 cm. The width of the Frame/frame is 10 cm. So the total length and width is 80 x 80 cm... The frame/frame is made of plywood and provided with a cement, concrete-like layer. As a result, the painting weighs approximately 6 kg. Creation date: 21-12-21. Introduce: Robert van den Herik is a Dutch designer, living in Belgium. Followed training at the Design Academy Eindhoven. Robert then came up with a new concept for bathing babies. In the past he worked for several companies as a product designer. (including electrical household appliances). He was a problem solver, innovative, also in terms of design. Later he worked in the field of “Art versus Design”. Lighting industry, garden decoration and furniture. Now he is retired and has started a long cherished wish…painting. Since last year with oil paint. His passion is surrealism and magical realism. Most recent exhibitions with paintings: - The Netherlands, 3 x Maastricht; - China - Italy, Venice; - Belgium, Brussels.

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Artists
Robert van den Herik

Colors

Material
Canvas

Style
Modern

Subject
Architecture

Orientation
Square
Number of items
1 pcs
Art Size
Medium
Width
80 cm
Height
80 cm
Length
3 cm

ConditionExcellent

As good as new with no signs of wear

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