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Jack Godderis was a Belgian artist who was born in Penarth/Great Britain in 1916 and died in Antwerp in 1971. He was a painter. Education at the Academy and the Higher Institute in Antwerp under the direction of A. Saverys (1939-2942). First personal exhibition in the Lamorinière room in Antwerp in 1942. In 1943 married the painter Mia Janssens. Exhibited with Apport from 1943 to 1945. In 1945 he co-founded the Jeune Peinture Belge, from which he resigned after barely eight months, together with Rik Slabbinck and Luc Peire. Realized landscapes, travel impressions, seascapes, harbor views, figures, portraits and nudes. Color expressionist with an exuberant later period. His fiercely moved and impulsive temperament underwent many influences, including from Permeke, Vlaminck, G. De Smet, who all increased his technique, but then quickly passed him by. From the press: "Very free brush keys to treat subjects broadly, next to perched areas of color or masses, between which the line is almost switched off and yet the shape is preserved by the careful weighing of the color harmonies. This shape is indicated by outlines, which do not necessarily conform to the color spot, as the color frequently exceeds the outline, evoking a staggering effect of rare expressiveness." Was co-founder and teacher of the Vrije Atelier in Antwerp. Work in the Museums in Antwerp, Ixelles, Liège, among others. Mentioned in BAS I and Two centuries of signatures of Belgian artists. Source: Piron.
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