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Maurice WAGEMANS (Bruxelles 1877 - Bredene 1927)

"Woman with Child on the Beach"


Belgian School
Signed on the lower right
Oil on canvas
80 x 60 cm / 31.5 x 23.6 in



Provenance:
Private Collection, Belgium

Exhibitions:
Antwerp
Brussels
Dublin
Ghent
Johannesburg
Ixelles

Literature:
BÉNÉZIT, E., "Dictionnaire critique des peintres, sculpteurs, dessinateurs et graveurs", Gründ, Paris, 1999.
FLIPPO, W.-G., "Lexicon of the Belgian Romantic Painters", International Art Press, Antwerp, 1981.
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.


Artist Biography:
Maurice Wagemans was a Realist painter and draughtsman of landscapes, seascapes, still lifes and beach scenes. He received his artistic education at the Academy of Brussels from 1890 until 1895 under the tutorship of Jean Portaels and Jean Stallaert. He completed his studies in Paris together with Alfred Bastien and Frans Smeers, where he was influenced by the works of Henri Fantin-Latour and Edouard Manet. Wagemans debuted at the Salon of "Le Sillon" in 1900 and received his great breakthrough in 1902 at the Salon of Ghent for his work "La Dame en gris". He participated in the famous exhibition of Galerie Georges Giroux in Brussels in 1912. His painting evolved under the influence of Marcel Jefferys and Rik Wouters toward a more luminist Impressionism. Wagemans was a member of the "Société Nouvelle des Beaux-Arts" in Paris, of the "Artists Association" in London, the "Kunst van Heden" and "Pour l'Art" in Brussels.

  • Origin : BELGIUM
  • Designer : Maurice WAGEMANS

Details

Maurice WAGEMANS (Bruxelles 1877 - Bredene 1927)

"Woman with Child on the Beach"


Belgian School
Signed on the lower right
Oil on canvas
80 x 60 cm / 31.5 x 23.6 in



Provenance:
Private Collection, Belgium

Exhibitions:
Antwerp
Brussels
Dublin
Ghent
Johannesburg
Ixelles

Literature:
BÉNÉZIT, E., "Dictionnaire critique des peintres, sculpteurs, dessinateurs et graveurs", Gründ, Paris, 1999.
FLIPPO, W.-G., "Lexicon of the Belgian Romantic Painters", International Art Press, Antwerp, 1981.
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.


Artist Biography:
Maurice Wagemans was a Realist painter and draughtsman of landscapes, seascapes, still lifes and beach scenes. He received his artistic education at the Academy of Brussels from 1890 until 1895 under the tutorship of Jean Portaels and Jean Stallaert. He completed his studies in Paris together with Alfred Bastien and Frans Smeers, where he was influenced by the works of Henri Fantin-Latour and Edouard Manet. Wagemans debuted at the Salon of "Le Sillon" in 1900 and received his great breakthrough in 1902 at the Salon of Ghent for his work "La Dame en gris". He participated in the famous exhibition of Galerie Georges Giroux in Brussels in 1912. His painting evolved under the influence of Marcel Jefferys and Rik Wouters toward a more luminist Impressionism. Wagemans was a member of the "Société Nouvelle des Beaux-Arts" in Paris, of the "Artists Association" in London, the "Kunst van Heden" and "Pour l'Art" in Brussels.

  • Origin : BELGIUM
  • Designer : Maurice WAGEMANS
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