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Van Gucht José

José Van Gucht was a Belgian artist who was born in 1913 in Sint-Jans Molenbeek and who died in 1980 in Rebouillon/France. He was a painter, draftsman and watercolourist. Education at the Academy in Brussels under R. Strebelle, at the Higher Institute in Antwerp under Opsomer and Paulus. Third for the Prix de Rome in 1943. Realized figures, portraits, nudes, landscapes, cityscapes, still lifes, travel memories. Traveled often and visited the Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, England. After these wanderings, he settled in a converted bunker in Koksijde, later in the oldest house in Veurne, called De Drie Koningen. Was also active as an illustrator. Realized masses of drawings and watercolors in a loose, smooth, realistic and yet sensitive style. Controls color palette. From the press: ”J.V.G. was somewhere a philosopher in his bohemian way; he could thus tell of those obvious wisdoms and thus find the deepest of what is present in the daily events. A born artist, he revered all that was real and simple and expressed this in his lifestyle, disregarding fame and accolades.” Mentioned in the Lexicon of West Flemish visual artists I and Two centuries of signatures of Belgian artists. (piron)
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