Scape, works on paper by Frank Van den Broeck, Robine Clignett, Stan Klamer; Galerie Maurits van de Laar, The Hague

Robine Clignett

Works of three artists, Robine Clignett (1948), Frank Van den Broeck (1950) and Stan Klamer (1952), are united in what might be called mindscape at the moment at Maurits van de Laar Gallery.

Stan Klamer

Robine Clignett

Stan Klamer

Frank Van den Broeck

Frank Van den Broeck

Frank Van den Broeck

Frank Van den Broeck

There is a great variety in abstraction and imagination.

Frank Van den Broeck

Frank Van den Broeck

Frank Van den Broeck

Robine Clignett

Robine Clignett

Robine Clignett

Robine Clignett

Frank Van den Broeck

In Clignett’s work the atmospheric qualities of colour and hue are fundamental, while Van den Broeck’s works seem to have been conceived in between the scenery flats of reality and the mind and Klamer’s works look like a kind of mind  maps or memory maps.

Stan Klamer

Stan Klamer

Stan Klamer

Stan Klamer

Stan Klamer

Stan Klamer

Stan Klamer

All three artists show exceptionally fine and exquisite works in this very intimate exhibition.

Stan Klamer

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©Villa Next Door 2017

Content of all photographs courtesy to the artists and to Galerie Maurits van de Laar, Den Haag.

 

Bertus Pieters