Schilderijen kopen van de Gentse kunstschilder Jacques Bergmans

Bergmans Jacques

Jacques Bergmans was a Belgian painter, born in Ghent in 1891 and died in Ghent in 1959. He studied weaving at the Hogere Nijverheidsschool in Ghent and at the same time at the Academy in Ghent, under the supervision of J. Delvin. He mainly realized Ghent townscapes, monuments, genre scenes and especially old shophouses and interiors with a folkloric character, figures, portraits, orchards and seascapes. After the siege of Antwerp, during which he was wounded, he lived in the Netherlands for some time. He also traveled to Zaire and painted landscapes there. He also designed abdominal tissues. Jacques Bergmans was a teacher of art history, history, history of fabric and clothing and technology of modern weaving at the Hogere Nijverheidsschool in Ghent. He is mentioned in BAS I and Two centuries of signatures of Belgian artists. (Piron)