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Caullet Albert

Albert Caullet was a Belgian painter who was born in Kortrijk in 1875 and died in Schaarbeek in 1950. He was a painter, draftsman and watercolorist. His oeuvre consists of still lifes, village and city views and landscapes. His style can be called impressionistic or romantic-realistic. Training at the academy in Kortrijk and afterwards at the academy in Antwerp under the direction of F. Van Leemputten. Realized landscapes, village views, scenes with cattle. Stayed at Sables-d’Olonne in 1940 and painted some port and coastal scenes. Worked in England from 1946 to 1949. His style can be situated between impressionism and romantic realism. From the press: "He made his animals move in a fascinating landscape with a subtle play of light. He projected horses, cows and sheep into village scenes and showed an interest in the characteristic aspects of the industrial Leie or of the Heulebeek landscapes ". Became a teacher and was acting director at the Academy in Kortrijk for a while. Work in the Museum in Kortrijk, among others. Mentioned in the Lexicon of West Flemish visual artists II, BAS I, II and Two centuries of signatures of Belgian artists. Source: Piron.
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