Kunstwerken kopen van de Belgische kunstenaar Emiel Deca

Deca Emiel

Emiel Deca was a Belgian artist who was born in Aarschot in 1920 and died there in 1980. He was a painter and draftsman. Education at the Rijksnormaalschool in Lier (1935-1940), artistic education at the Academy in Aarschot under the direction of M. Haccuria (1960-1972). Painted landscapes, (peasant) figures, still lifes. Debuted impressionist but soon fell under the spell of expressionism (1964-1971). In 1972 he began to austerity of the forms to finally end up with abstraction. However, figurative elements reappeared in 1973. From the press about this: 'Due to the simplified structure, by allowing a few scarce subjects to respond to each other, the canvases acquired a spiritualization and a dramatic tension, which they previously possessed to a lesser extent' (S. Van Gelder, 1974) and 'MD goes with his post-expressionist palette to the nature object. For him, every painting is a colorful creation based on the data of nature. In this way he obtains a strongly closed unity in his works that he no longer has to sign in order to recognize them. ”(M. Haccuria) Prize from the city of Aarschot in 1964, triennial prize from the municipality of Wilsele and the prize from the Beatrijs Company. Rotselaar in 1970, laureate of the competition in Bad-Gandersheim in 1972, first place at the Beatrijsprijs in Rotselaar in 1973. Worked professionally as a teacher at the Royal Athenaeum in Aarschot and from 1970 a drawing and painting teacher at the Academy in Aarschot. Mentioned in BAS I and Two centuries of signatures of Belgian artists. Source: Piron.