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De Belgische kunstenaar Armand Jamar

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Armand Jamar was a Belgian artist who was born in 1870 in Liège and who died in 146 in Sint-Gillis/Brussels. He was a painter, watercolorist and draftsman. Education for doctor of law at the University of Liège, artistic education at the Academy in Liège under the direction of E. Carpentier and A. De Witte. From 1896 on, he traveled to the Netherlands, France, Italy and North Africa. Painted landscapes, seascapes, cityscapes, factories, markets, allegorical and religious scenes, subjects borrowed from literature. Also painted several cycles, including Stations of the Cross, the legend of Uylenspiegel, the Divina Comedia, the Apocalypse. Until 1920, his color palette leaned towards Flemish and then French Impressionism. Subsequently evolved towards pure color expressionism, sometimes creating to the limit of abstraction. Always fascinated by the play of light. Lived in Brussels from 1904, but also often worked at the coast and in Bruges. Work in the Museums in Brussels, Antwerp, Liège. Monograph Armand Jamar 1870-1946 by Pierre Loze (Lasnes, 2002). Mentioned in the Lexicon of West Flemish visual artists III, BAS I and Two centuries of signatures of Belgian artists. Source: Piron.
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