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Marcel Beeckman was a Belgian painter, draftsman and sculptor born in Vlierzele-Papegem in 1939 and died in Smetlede, where he lived and worked, in 2021. He found his inspiration in peasant life and rural themes. he realized figures, nudes, landscapes, village scenes, farm interiors and still lifes. He was a post-expressionist. From the press: "M.B. depicts the peasant figures as they usually are: angular, somewhat rough and chunky. They are sketched in heavy lines, expressionistic in form, almost at one with their horse and with the fat soil, with which they seem inseparably connected. paints the peasants as he sees and feels them inwardly. Toiling through the seasons, plowing behind the steaming horse. On other canvases he offers us interior scenes in which he also expresses a lot in the intimate space; a peasant as gnarled as the table or chair on which he sits, a stove, a rickety piece of furniture, a sofa and nothing more, or another still life with a bowl of apples for his own gain.” He evolved over the years into a powerful visual language that flirts with abstraction. On the occasion of his exhibition “Emotions” in the gallery Ludwig Trossaert in Antwerp in 2012, the following appeared in the press: 'It is obvious that M.B. has returned to a productive phase of his life. The artist no longer holds back and lets his feelings run free, making the brush movements even more powerful. (…) steady movements, dynamic colours, heavy in matter. This artist does not like superficiality but processes his canvas with an eagerness that overwhelms us as viewers.' Marcel Beeckman is mentioned in Two Centuries of Signatures of Belgian Artists. (piron)
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