Willem Brauckmann (Vlaardingen, 1946 - 2014)
Brauck started his career in 1963 with a study at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rotterdam. A training he did not, as any good artist in the sixties, finish. After many years in advertising and the world of exhibitions, Brauck wanted to fully devote himself to his art.
When she was 17, Susan Schildkamp discovered her calling ("my rebirth") as an artist and studied at the Koninklijke Academie van Beeldende Kunst and the Vrije Academie, both in Den Haag.
She then designed carpets for three years for the architect Bas van Pelt from The Hague and did weaving in hear own studio. Later she made designs for De Munk Carpets. Back then, Nepalese women tied her colourful designs and they still do so.
Susan has been working over the last years in a wide range of painting and drawing techniques: Acrylic paint, gouache, crayon, pencil and even tempera.
There are also two works of art by Miriam Slaats that give the work an extra dimension.
- Willem Brauckmann & Susan Schildkamp
- Titre de l'oeuvre d'art
- Provence III, Provence V, Provence VI, Provence VII, KWF (Schaduw/licht)
- Signé à la main
- 20/75 et 211/250
- Bon état
- Dimensions totales
- 131×101×3.5 cm