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Van Gaubergen Juliaan

Juliaan (Jules, Julien) Van Gaubergen was a Belgian painter born and died in Aarschot (1921-1984). At a young age he attended evening classes at the Drawing Academy in Aarschot for several years, but developed largely self-taught. He made his debut in an expressionistic design. He made several study trips, including to Italy and visited the important museums at home and abroad. He became acquainted with the work of Paul Cézanne, which led to a short period of experimentation with Cubism. In that period, monumental works that glorified nature and several saints were created. Soon all his attention went back to people, nature and the landscape and he developed a personal style that was closely related to Flemish expressionism and Permeke. He became a member of the Groep Idee in 1955, together with J. Cantré, E. Tytgat, P. Mara and P. Nolens, among others. From about 1963, his (swaying) landscapes with grand cloud formations and distant horizons, flower arrangements, scenes from the life of the common man caught in their everyday activities, the old crafts and the typical, but gradually disappearing country life of the past were created. From the press: 'The vast, hilly landscape of the Hageland, which comes to full richness in his work, has always impressed him. He is undoubtedly one of the most representative painters of the Hageland landscape.' (Piron, BT)
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