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Belgische kunstschilder Karel Van Belle

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Karel Van Belle (Charles Van Belle) is a Belgian painter born in Ghent in 1884 and died there in 1959. He was a painter and decorator. Education at the Academy in Ghent under the direction of J. Van Biesbroeck, J. Delvin and L. Tytgadt. Honorable mention (third prize) at the Prix de Rome in 1913. Painted precious, refined scenes in which mostly mystical female figures were placed, which are a kind of spiritualized representation of an inner dream. Thus arose among others? Madonnas, young girl figures, greyhounds, decorative panels. Also found inspiration in romantic and historical scenes. From the press: "He is the virtuoso of the brush, who always strives to portray an inexhaustible series of dream images born in the poetic knitting of a color-lover's dream artist." Work in the Museums in Ghent and Tournai, among others. Mentioned in CRICK, BAS I and Two centuries of signatures of Belgian artists. Source: Piron.
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