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Paul Damsté artwork • statue • sculpture • previously for sale Stapeling (Stacking)

Damsté C.P.  | Christiaan Paul Damsté, Stapeling (Stacking), iron 30.0 x 10.0 cm

Paul Damsté

Stapeling (Stacking)
iron 30.0 x 10.0 cm

This sculpture was previously for sale.

Christiaan Paul Damsté is a versatile artist, trained at the academies in Arnhem, Den Bosch and Ghent. He produces sculptures, reliefs, paintings, drawings, etchings, graphic designs, serigraphs, collages, assemblages and stained glass. His teachers are Jurjen de Haan, Peter Struycken and Henk Peeters. The latter was part of the Zero movement. From the mid-1960s, Damsté also joined the ideas of this, and the international Zero, movement. Damsté shifts and arranges his images until the whole has a correct composition, whether on paper, in wood, steel or marble. In this he searches for a repetitive rhythm, one of the main characteristics of the Nul movement. Damsté taught at the academies in The Hague, Amersfoort, Arnhem and Düsseldorf. Damsté's work is included in the collection of Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen.

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