Schilderijen kopen van de Kortrijkse kunstenares Marie-Christine Meersschaert

Meersschaert Marie-Christine

Marie-Christine Meersschaert was a Belgian artist, born in Kortrijk in 1949 and died in 1995. She was a painter and draftsman. She followed her education at the Sint-Lucas Hogeschool in Brussels. She realized figures and nudes with a strong expressionist to abstract design, some describe her work as 'lyrical abstractionist'. She was strongly inspired by the French writer and poet Marcel Béalu. In her works, light and shadow become one, reality and subconsciousness flow into each other and reflect different levels of perception. She took part in the group exhibition 'Motives and Drives to Contemporary Art' in the Beenhouwersstraat in Brussels in 1969 and in a group exhibition in the cultural center of Brussels in Neder-over-Heembeek in 1992. At Cocoon Art '94 she broke international by means of. She lived and worked on Fonsynlaan opposite the South Station in Brussels. In 2013 and 2014, posthumous exhibitions were organized in Thessaloniki and Berlin. The most recent vernissage in honor of Marie Christine took place in Berlin/Germany under the title 'Spurensuche' in 2022, organized by the Donnerstag Gallery. Marie-Christine Meersschaert is mentioned in Two centuries of signatures of Belgian artists. (Piron, BT)