DISCOUNTED! Series graphic on panel (100/120) 'Woman with Man and Bird near Moon' by Corneille* from 2000. Signature: bottom right. Very neat. dim. incl. Frame (W x H x D) approx. 89 x 2 x 79 cm. We have more Art, but also (antique) Furniture, Clocks, etc.: view more ads. Purchase/appraisal value: €2,000. Asking price, bid from €525.
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Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo, Corneille* (1922 -2010) - Born in Liège, Belgium, to Dutch parents. Although largely self-taught, he attended art courses at the Amsterdam State Academy (1940-1942). In 1946 he held his first exhibition in Groningen. Initially strongly influenced by Picasso, he broke away from this in 1948 and joined the Cobra movement, as co-founder, with the Dutch Karel Appel, Jan Nieuwenhuijs, his brother Constant Nieuwenhuijs and the Belgians Christian Dotremont and Joseph Noiret, among others.
In 1950 he moved from Amsterdam to Paris, where he lived until 1968 with the photographer Henny Riemens (1928-1993). The couple married in Amsterdam in 1955 and traveled several times to other parts of the world: North Africa, North America, the Antilles and South America. These journeys largely determine the nature of his work.
From 1960 he fell back on figurative art, in which women, birds, flowers and often characters belong to his artistic vocabulary. He himself claims that painting is not a hobby or work, but rather a vocation. In recent years Corneille had his studio in Paris. Visitors were hardly tolerated by the artist. Corneille lived in retirement in the Maison du Cedres in the French department of Val-d'Oise. He died on September 5, 2010. Corneille was buried in the cemetery in Auvers-sur-Oise, where Vincent van Gogh was also buried in 1890.