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De Spiegeleir Marthe

Marthe De Spiegeleir was a Belgian artist born in Kortrijk in 1897 and died there in 1991. She was a painter and draftsman. Short-term training at the Academy in Ghent (1932), but largely self-taught. She has won numerous prizes, including the "Conrad Chapman Prize" at Les Arts en Europe in Brussels in 1966, where she exhibited annually. Preferably painted landscapes in shades of brown, with an old worn-out house, folk women and children in ragged clothes, religiously inspired subjects and poetic still lifes. Work in the Museum in Kortrijk. Mentioned in "Visual art in and around Waregem" (1971). Monograph by Fred Germonprez. Mentioned in the Lexicon of West Flemish visual artists II, BAS I and Two centuries of signatures of Belgian artists. Source: Piron
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