Schilderijen en tekeningen kopen van de Belgische kunstenaar Georges Rogy

Rogy Georges

Georges Rogy was a Belgian artist born and died in Etterbeek (1897-1981). He was a painter and draftsman. He was educated at the Academy in Brussels (1915-1922) under the guidance of G. Fabry, H. Richir and C. Montald. He was the first laureate of the Prize for Landscape Painters Auguste Donnay in 1922. The subjects he treated were: Brabant landscapes, marines, elegant compositions, portraits, figures, nudes and still lifes. His works exude distinction, discretion, feeling, poetry, intimism and harmony. In 1935 he designed the decorative panel for the pavilion of the province of Brabant at the World Exhibition in Brussels. From 1925 he was a teacher at the Ecole des Arts et Métiers in Etterbeek. He is mentioned in BAS I and Two centuries of signatures of Belgian artists. (piron)