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Kunstenaar Jef De Pauw
De Pauw, Jef (Sint-Niklaas, 1888 - Temse, 1930) Painter, Father of Gabriel De Pauw. Education at the Academy in Mechelen, including W. Rosier (1910-1912). Preference for, among other things, snow landscapes, portraits, still lifes. Loved snowy landscapes and often braved the freezing cold for hours to go and work outside. From the press about this “In a matter of hours he was able to produce a stunning number of sketches, and these nevertheless gained the value of completed paintings due to the great truth and stunning tangibility with which various moments of the fairy-tale snow play were noted.” Debuted expressionist and evolved to a fresh luminism and more intimistic work. Was invited in 1920 by Prince Victor de Polignac to work in his castle in Rozières / France, where he painted countless landscapes. Work among others in the Charlier Museum in Brussels, at the town hall in Temse, in the museum in Sint-Niklaas. Listed in CRICK, BAS II and III. (PIRON)
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