Schilderijen kopen van de Belgische kunstenares Francine Tavernier  (TAF)

Tavernier (TAF) Francine

Francine Tavernier (pseudonym: TAF) is a Belgian artist born in Ghent in 1942. She is a painter, miniaturist and jewelry designer. He attended courses at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris and continued to perfect his skills in the studios of Roger de Crits and Jos Trotteyn in Ghent. Undertook study trips throughout Europe, Egypt, Israel, Tunisia, Russia, the United States. Participated in a cultural mission to Portugal in 1977 and in the Art Seminar in Arona/Tenerife in 1981 under O. Landuyt. Paints landscapes, portraits, nudes, symbolist compositions, flowers. From the press: 'We gradually see an emphasis on portraits in her work and with a symbolic slant, with flowers and landscapes next to it as a variety and refreshing element'. Since the mid-1980s, he has also often painted miniatures on copper, ivory, porcelain and precious stones. Composing his own lacquer so that the subjects can be held securely and untouchable on the carrier. Here, too, the focus is on the nude, flower arrangements and character portraits. He is in charge of the painting studio in the OCMW service center De Boei in Ghent. Mentioned in BAS II and Two centuries of signatures of Belgian artists. (piron)