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Jaap Wagemaker artwork • watercolour • drawing • previously for sale Abstract in yellow and black

Jaap Wagemaker

Abstract in yellow and black
mixed media on paper 54.0 x 44.5 cm, signed l.r. and dated '61

This work on paper was previously for sale.

Literature: mogelijk vermeld in: Simon den Heijer, Marike van der Knaap, 'Jaap Wagemaker. Schilder van het elementaire', Zwolle 1995, pag. 199, cat.nr. G.61-009.

Jaap Wagemaker is mainly known as a material painter and as such belongs to a small group of artists that includes Jean Dubuffet, Alberto Burri and Antoni Tàpies, who represented the movement internationally from the late fifties on. In the period prior to this, beginning in 1946, Wagemaker, influenced by Paul Klee’s work, began experimenting with a new, highly personal signature of imaginative symbols and lines which are obviously done in quite arbitrary fashion.


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