Unique early work by Van der Heyden, verso ‘Kunsthandel Borzo’, dated 1954.
Jacques van der Heyden, also called JCJ Vanderheyden, was a Dutch visual artist, working as a painter, photographer, graphic artist, collage artist, sculptor, and filmmaker in a non-figurative style. The work seems to be a significant step in his transition to abstraction.
Work in museums such as: Van Abbemuseum, Gemeentemuseum The Hague, Rijksmuseum
'Van der Heyden examines the painting in its basic form', said Rudi Fuchs (1967) late 1960, as 'an indeterminate, flat piece of linen, stretched on a frame that can have any desired shape and size'.
The painting is in perfect condition.
The work will be sent carefully packed and by registered and insured mail.
- Jacques (JCJ) van der Heyden (1928-2012)
- Titre de l'oeuvre d'art
- De Spaanse stad
- Signé à la main
- Comme neuf
- Taille de l’image
- 22.5×45 cm
- Dimensions totales
- 32×55×4 cm
- Cadre inclus