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Loek de Winter - Dutch Art Painter

In 1985 he started to study the fine art techniques of the 17th century masters. Specializing in reconstructing the famous paintings of Jan van Goyen. Then he became interested in the Painting Techniques of Vincent van Gogh, special his Paris and Arles period.

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Loek de Winter

Loek de Winter

Loek, born in the Netherlands, family of fine art painters, studied architecture.

In 1985 he started to study the fine art techniques of the 17th century masters. Specializing in reconstructing the famous paintings of Jan van Goyen. In color and painting techniques.

Then he became interested in the Painting Techniques of Vincent van Gogh, special his Paris and Arles period. During those few years, Vincent changes his way of painting. To copy his paintings is not only work, it is more an excitement.

He studies Art in Utrecht and Laren, Artibus and Gooise Academy of Art, developing, in the process, a passion for the Naturist Lifestyle a new Nude Art Genre, named " Naturist Art ".

I focus on figure drawing by analyzing the master drawings made by Rembrandt. Studying his traditional type of drawings to understand the artist's approach to diverse subjects.

Which modern draftsmen I like? Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Aristide Maillol and Jules Pascin.

> Read more ... Painted Reproductions made by Loek de Winter

Van Gogh Fakes

Van Gogh Fakes

That is a question that frequently crops up with Van Gogh paintings. Vincent Van Gogh's work has probably been copied and forged more than that of any other painter of the modern era. Even the origin of some works attributed to Van Gogh hanging in museums is extremely doubtful.

New Van Gogh works surface almost daily. With some, it is immediately clear that they are not originals. But there are also numerous convincing forgeries. There is no authoritative directory of Van Gogh's work, and in some cases even experts find it hard to be sure. Van Gogh paintings regularly fetch top prices at auction, so many people dream of making the ultimate discovery at a local flea market or during an attic clear out.

There are four paintings that have been associated with Vincent van Gogh. Two of these paintings, "Still Life" and "Still Life with Jug and Pears", were now, however, by the Amsterdam Van Gogh Museum, classified as spurious. For several years, we are not sure whether these are works by van Gogh. The two oil paintings are now presented in Wuppertal, under the name "unknown artist".

> Read more ... Van Gogh Fakes by Loek de Winter in the European Journal




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