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Modest HUYS (Olsene 1875 - Zulte 1932)

"Morning Glory at St-Baafs-Vijve"


Belgian School
Signed on the lower right
Etiquette on the reverse
Circa 1923
Oil on canvas
80 x 105 cm / 31.5 x 41.4 in



Provenance:
Private collection, Belgium

Exhibitions:
Antwerp
Bruges
Brussels
Deinze
Essen
London
Munich
New Orleans
New York
Paris

Literature:
BÉNÉZIT, E., "Dictionnaire critique des peintres, sculpteurs, dessinateurs et graveurs", Gründ, Paris, 1999.
DE SMET, J. & VAN DOORNE, V., "Modest Huys 1874-1932", Pandora, Ghent, 1923.
HUYS, R. & P., "Kunstschilder Modest Huys", Drukkerij Oranje, Sint-Baafs-Vijve, 1987.
PAS, W. & G., "ARTO: Biografische Lexicon Plastische Kunst in België", De Gulden Roos, Antwerp, 2000.
PIRON, P., "De Belgische Beeldende Kunstenaars uit de 19e en 20e eeuw", Art in Belgium, Brussels, 1999.

Exhibition : "Modest Huys", Museum van Deinze & de Leiestreek, 1999, no. 71

Artist Biography:
Modest Huys was a Belgian painter of landscapes and portraits. He received advice from Emile Claus and was later a student at the Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp. Modeste Huys was an enthusiast of anything concerning light and colours and the poet of joyous and happy country life. His works are full of optimistic luminism, translating with delight the most beautiful aspects of an ever-admirable nature. His art glorifies the fertile and plentiful Flanders where the silvery and slithering ribbon of the river Lys flows. Modeste Huys is more particularly the painter of the River Lys and of flax. His works are an hymn for his native country.

  • Origin : BELGIUM
  • Designer : Modest HUYS

Details

Modest HUYS (Olsene 1875 - Zulte 1932)

"Morning Glory at St-Baafs-Vijve"


Belgian School
Signed on the lower right
Etiquette on the reverse
Circa 1923
Oil on canvas
80 x 105 cm / 31.5 x 41.4 in



Provenance:
Private collection, Belgium

Exhibitions:
Antwerp
Bruges
Brussels
Deinze
Essen
London
Munich
New Orleans
New York
Paris

Literature:
BÉNÉZIT, E., "Dictionnaire critique des peintres, sculpteurs, dessinateurs et graveurs", Gründ, Paris, 1999.
DE SMET, J. & VAN DOORNE, V., "Modest Huys 1874-1932", Pandora, Ghent, 1923.
HUYS, R. & P., "Kunstschilder Modest Huys", Drukkerij Oranje, Sint-Baafs-Vijve, 1987.
PAS, W. & G., "ARTO: Biografische Lexicon Plastische Kunst in België", De Gulden Roos, Antwerp, 2000.
PIRON, P., "De Belgische Beeldende Kunstenaars uit de 19e en 20e eeuw", Art in Belgium, Brussels, 1999.

Exhibition : "Modest Huys", Museum van Deinze & de Leiestreek, 1999, no. 71

Artist Biography:
Modest Huys was a Belgian painter of landscapes and portraits. He received advice from Emile Claus and was later a student at the Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp. Modeste Huys was an enthusiast of anything concerning light and colours and the poet of joyous and happy country life. His works are full of optimistic luminism, translating with delight the most beautiful aspects of an ever-admirable nature. His art glorifies the fertile and plentiful Flanders where the silvery and slithering ribbon of the river Lys flows. Modeste Huys is more particularly the painter of the River Lys and of flax. His works are an hymn for his native country.

  • Origin : BELGIUM
  • Designer : Modest HUYS
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