2 edition of Léon Spilliaert found in the catalog.
Catalogue of an exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten held 12 to 23 October 1994.
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Léon Spilliaert, a Troubled and Troubling Painter Published on It was only in the late s and early s, with the revival of . Spilliaert made this picture in , when he was in his twenties and living and working at his parents’ home on the Belgian coast. He found his subject matter close at hand: the beach, the sea, and his own person, depicted in moody, dramatically-lit self-portraits like this one.
This page was last edited on 9 December , at Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; all unstructured text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. Léon Spilliaert Bridge near Zandvoorde, , aquarel on paper, 48 x 60 cm. When we speak of Léon Spilliaert (Oostende, – Brussel, ), most people immediately think of his dark, grey-toned paintings and drawings. And with good reason. These vibrant, emotional-captivating works dominate his name and fame.
Spilliaert grew up in Ostend so the Belgian coast dominates his pastels which renounce sunlit beach scenes in favour of windswept vistas. The Impressionists flocked to the coast to paint fluffy clouds and waves and parasols; Spilliaert gives us monochrome shades and oppressively empty views. Night by Léon Spilliaert on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection.
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The introduction reads like an itinerary of Spilliaert's travels, states the biographical details in a soulless fashion, and only tolerably places Spilliaert in the context of the symbolist milieu.
Much of the book's content is devoted to full-page reproductions, which I applaud. But the accompanying "analysis" to each artwork is scarcely /5(3). Leon Spilliaert was born on its shores, in Ostend Léon Spilliaert book At that time, James Ensor had already taken first and forceful steps towards innovative and sometimes revolutionary plastic language.
Spilliaert's evolution also brought him to the forefront of the Modern Art revolution". Hardcover in dust jacket, 10 1/4 by 8 1/2 inches, 57 pages, illustrated. Dealer's catalog of works by Gustave Moreau, Fernand Khnopff, George Minne and Leon Spilliaert.
Text in English. Jacket has only slight wear, a paperclip dent. Binding has slight to minimal wear and the pages are clean. I will not ship this book overseas. Seller Inventory. Léon Spilliaert (also Leon Spilliaert; 28 July – 23 November ) was a Belgian symbolist painter and graphic artist.
Spilliaert was born in Ostend, the oldest of seven children of Léonard-Hubert Spilliaert, who was a perfumer, and Léonie (née Jonckheere). From childhood, he displayed an interest in art and place: Ostend, Belgium.
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An Optical Revolution. Léon Spilliaert (also Leon Spilliaert; 28 July – 23 November ) was a Belgian symbolist painter and graphic artist. Biography.
Spilliaert was born in Ostend, the oldest of seven children of Léonard-Hubert Spilliaert, a perfumer, and his wife Léonie (née Jonckheere). From childhood, he displayed an interest in art and drawing. A Born: 28 JulyOstend, Belgium.
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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — 1/5(1). There can be few artists whose work is more synonymous with their native town than the Belgian painter Léon Spilliaert (–), who was born and lived much of his life in the North Sea resort of Ostend, ‘la reine des plages’, fabled watering hole of aristocrats and literati before and between the World Ensor (–) is inextricably linked with the.
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‘The Posts’ was created in by Leon Spilliaert in Expressionism style. Find more prominent pieces of symbolic painting at – best visual art : Léon Spilliaert. Curator. Anne Adriaens-Pannier. From the museum website. From September 21st, to February 4th,the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium presents an extensive exhibition dedicated to the original and very personal work of Léon SPILLIAERT (Ostend – Brussels ).Sixty years after his death, it is suitable to make the point.
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Belgian painter and designer. His initial sources of inspiration were the bottles and flasks he saw in his father’s perfumery shop in Ostend. However, in he studied briefly at the Terenacademie in Bruges.Léon Spilliaert, - GRAND FLACON ET PETITE BOUTEILLE encre de chine, aquarelle, crayons de couleur et pastel sur papier PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION, BELGIUM LÉON SPILLIAERT FEMME NUE TENANT UNE COUPE.
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