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Fobe Elisabeth

Elisabeth Fobe was a Belgian artist who was born in 1912 in Ghent and who died in 2000 in Rugby/Great Britain. She was a painter, draftsman and gouachist. She made her debut as a draftsman and gouachist and only started oil painting in 1960. Private lessons led by F. Smits, further training at the Academy in Ixelles led by; G. Mommaerts and C. Swyncop (1960). Realized portraits, often depicted against a background of vegetation and branches, and poetic scenes from everyday life. Specialized mainly in children's portraits. She had a gel, lively and warm color palette, but stark contrasts or loud hues were alien to her. From the press: 'For E.F. making money through her art was the last thing on her mind. Fame also left her cold, although she did not remain insensitive to the opinion of art critics after her exhibitions. The only thing that really mattered to her was experiencing her painting. And she was completely absorbed in this experience. In her sketchbook, which was always within reach, she recorded the subjects that touched her, which could be the old people in the Marolles or on the Brussels squares, the children who played in the street in her neighborhood or whom they met during her travels. ran into.” Was a member of the Circle L'Ebauche in Brussels. Work in the town hall in Etterbeek. Mentioned in BAS II and Two centuries of signatures of Belgian artists. (piron)
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