Kunstwerken kopen van de Belgische kunstenares Nicole Halsberghe

Halsberghe Nicole

Nicole Halsberghe is a Belgian artist, born in Kortrijk in 1943. She is a graphic artist, draftsman and watercolorist. She followed her education at Sint-Lucas in Ghent under the supervision of R. Coorevits. She obtained the diploma of plastic arts regent and took lessons in free graphics in the higher department. She obtained her doctorate in Chinese literature and philosophy at the University of Leuven. With scholarships she lived in Yugoslavia from 1967-1968 and in Japan from 1970-1972. Professionally she is a teacher of lithography at Sint-Lucas in Ghent. She finds her inspiration in people and in nature. She regularly undertakes trips to the East. She records her travel impressions with a camera and a sketchbook. She later elaborates this further in washed drawings, acrylic paintings and lithographs. By using a free use of color, her landscapes appear almost abstract. Cerebral art imbued with literary references, poetry and travel impressions. From the press: “She doesn't flatter her figures. Z even has a preference for old people and she is not afraid to emphasize the deterioration.” (J.S., 1984) Her work has been exhibited in the Netherlands (Kortrijk, Tielt, Edegem, Ghent), but also abroad, including Tokyo. In 1966 she won the Sint-Lucas Grand Prix with a state medal. Nicole Halsberghe is listed in the Lexicon of West Flemish visual artists III, BAS II and Two centuries of signatures of Belgian artists. (Piron, BT)