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Schilderijen kopen van de Belgische kunstenaar Luc Kaisin

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Luc Kaisin was a Belgian painter, born in Namur in 1901 and died in Brussels in 1963. He realized landscapes, but mainly became known as a marine painter. His works appear lyrical and impressionistic. From the press: 'Here you can feel the pulse of the real marine painter, who does not spy on the moment or the idyll of the play of the waves, but empathizes and interprets the whole water poem in its continuity of passion and beauty', (J. Crick) and 'He loves the tranquility of the harbor, in which boats are slumbering at anchor, he loves the lapping of calm waves, the play of water ripples.” Luc Kaisin exhibited in 1931 at the Salon Stella in Namur and in 1937 in Hasselt. In 1937 he opened a gallery on the Zeedijk in Knokke. During the Second World War he stayed in Sète/southern France. In the late 1940s and 1950s he painted clowns and pier rock in addition to marines. In 1946 he exhibited in the Ocean gallery in Ostend in the company of R. De Meester de Betzenbroeck. Luc Kaisin's work can be found in the collections of the Belgian State, the province of Namur and the Museum in Ostend. He is mentioned in BAS I and Two centuries of signatures of Belgian artists. (Piron)