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Pietercelie Alfred

Alfred Pietercelie was a Belgian artist who was born in Antwerp in 1879 and who died in Jette/Brussels in 1995. He was a painter and decorator. Education at the Academies in Antwerp, Brussels and Anderlecht (1893-1900). Exhibited for the first time in 1917 with the Group L'Oeuvre Nouvelle. Realized landscapes, still lifes, amongst other things. Also worked as a decorator. Initially found his inspiration in Brussels and surroundings. Reduced his designs to the essentials. His works exhale peace, harmony and emotion. Staying in the South of France resulted in a sunny color palette. Occasionally experienced brief periods of experimentation, for example when he began to interpret reality through the dream and the symbolism. Was also influenced by Impressionist Divisionism. Also found inspiration in the Ourthe region. Settled in Jette in 1936, founded the Jecta Circle in 1938 and remained its chairman until his death. Mentioned extensively in the Biographie Nationale of the Royal Academy of Belgium, part XXXVII. Mentioned in BAS I and Two centuries of signatures of Belgian artists. Source: Piron.
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