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Kunstwerken kopen van de Belgische kunstenaar, graficus Henri-Guy Dacos

Dacos Guy-Henri

Henri-Guy Dacos was a Belgian artist, born in Huy in 1940 and died in Liège in 2012. He was primarily a graphic artist and occasionally a painter. Initially, he started his career as a sculptor, ceramist, illustrator, and designer of theater sets before becoming fascinated with graphic arts. He studied graphic arts at the Academy in Liège and further honed his skills in Poland and Portugal during the 1960s. From 1970 to 1974, he lived in Vaucluse. In 1974, he became a professor of graphic arts at the Academy in Liège, succeeding G. Comhaire. Through his prints, he was able to express his social commitment, ideas, sense of justice, and quest for peace. He mastered all techniques: etching, drypoint, aquatint, mixed media, screen printing, and lithography. He was a co-founder of La Poupée d’Encre in 1975. Works by Guy-Henri Dacos are held in the Print Cabinet in Liège and the Museum in Stavelot. He is listed in BAS II and "Two Centuries of Signatures of Belgian Artists" (Piron).