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Schilderijen kopen van de Belgische kunstenaar Jean Raeymaekers

Raeymaekers Jean

Jean (Jan) Raeymaekers was a Belgian painter, born in Tienen in 1912. He received his artistic training at the Academy in Tienen (1923-1931). There he took lessons in drawing, painting and sculpting under the guidance of Jacques Marin, Armand Knaepen, Gust. Delescaille and Ed. Peeters. He perfected himself at the Painting School of the Tiense Raffinaderij. He painted landscapes from the Hageland and Haspengouw, seascapes, still lifes and figures. From the press, regarding his landscapes: “A small chapel on the edge of the immense vastness of the rising landscape or a Haspengouw farm in the middle of the burning waves of a propelled landscape rhythm. A few skinny tree figures shiver in the whipping autumn wind or dream quietly on the shore of a sleeping of deep mirages in the unfathomability of a mysterious underground," and "Sometimes J.R. especially the emphasis on the celestial structure. The pictorial expressiveness is then completely focused on the firmament. Above the landscape, a majestic sky develops in an epic, dramatic and immense way, dynamically outlined in a rushing cloudscape or with the menacing towers of an approaching storm.” (S. Van Gelder, 1974). Jean Raeymaekers held individual exhibitions in the Caryatide gallery in Brussels in 1969, in the Bank of Brussels in Tienen in 1970 and 1973. Professionally he had a painting company. He is mentioned in BAS I and Two centuries of signatures of Belgian artists. (Piron)

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