- Original silkscreen by Henri Plaat (Amsterdam, 1936)
- Signed and numbered (22/190) in pencil
- Publisher: Prent 190, Utrecht
- Condition: in very good condition
Will be sent professionally packed and insured, with track and trace.
Versatile artist Henri Plaat was born in Amsterdam and grew up in the neighbourhood behind the concert hall.
So far, Plaat has made many different kinds of work, such as gouaches, drawings, collages, lithographs, etchings, oil paintings, forty films, sound collages, cartoons, texts, and series of photos. Yet Plaat is best known for his landscapes, which mainly consists of collages that are composed of squares or diagonals. Next to his well-known landscapes, Plaat started with his ‘Godinnen’ series in the 1980s. It compromises a series of gouaches in which he, in combination with African statues, depicts silhouettes of human figures.
Exhibitions and prizes:
ROGER KATWIJK Gallery, Amsterdam
AMC Brummelkamp Gallery and AMC showcases, Amsterdam
Kunstcollectie KPN, the Hague.
TNT Post Kunstcollectie, the Hague.
- Henri Plaat (1936)
- Título de la obra
- Zonder titel
- 190 ex
- Dimensiones de la imagen
- 50×37 cm
- Dimensiones totales
- 77×57×0 cm
- Vendido con marco