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Kurpershoek T.L.  | Theodorus Lambertus 'Theo' Kurpershoek | Paintings offered for sale | Self portrait in the hair salon, oil on canvas 80.4 x 110.2 cm, signed l.l. and dated '83
Kurpershoek T.L.  | Theodorus Lambertus 'Theo' Kurpershoek | Paintings offered for sale | Self portrait in the hair salon, oil on canvas 80.4 x 110.2 cm, signed l.l. and dated '83

Theo Kurpershoek

Self portrait in the hair salon
oil on canvas 80.4 x 110.2 cm, signed l.l. and dated '83

This framed painting is for sale.

Price: 17,500

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Exhibited: 16 mei t/m 6 september 2020 in bruikleen gegeven aan Museum De Fundatie, Zwolle voor tentoonstelling over Kurpershoek

Theo Kurpershoek was one of the artists – alongside Nicolaas Wijnberg and Herman Berserik – who rejected the exaltation of abstract art by Cobra, Creatie and other movements in the period after 1945. Instead, they chose to continue working in the realistic tradition. Like the members of the Verve painters' collective in The Hague, The Realists, as they emphatically called themselves in the 1950s, wanted to create art that was socially relevant and in step with architecture and applied arts. From around 1968 Kurpershoek began looking to the French painters Bonnard, Vuillard and Valtat. Aside from paintings, he also produced frescoes, mosaics and sculptural reliefs, and was active as a graphic artist.


Kurpershoek T.L.  | Interior, oil on canvas 30.1 x 40.2 cm, painted ca. 1948 Kurpershoek T.L.

Interior, oil on canvas 30.1 x 40.2 cm, painted ca. 1948


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