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Albert Niemeyer - Andy Warhol
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Ad Robert Meerman, detto Ad Arma - Hypothermic love, the temptation
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Geert Verstappen - Siro
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Gerard te Wierik - Movements 16
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Hans Janssen - Primal mother
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Jacques Tange - Long distance writing
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Jan van Lokhorst - Jongleurs
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Johan Abeling - Temple forest road
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Margot Homan - Who needs wings
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Peter van Oostzanen - Flew out
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Poen de Wijs - Animal Carnival
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Sjaak Smetsers - Treasure house
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Theo Koster - Walking blues
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Hans Vanhorck - Lake Michigan
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Willem van Oijen  - Deeply rooted
Albert Niemeyer - Andy Warhol
Ad Robert Meerman, detto Ad Arma - Hypothermic love, the temptation
Geert Verstappen - Siro
Gerard te Wierik - Movements 16
Hans Janssen - Primal mother
Jacques Tange - Long distance writing
Jan van Lokhorst - Jongleurs
Johan Abeling - Temple forest road
Margot Homan - Who needs wings
Peter van Oostzanen - Flew out
Poen de Wijs - Animal Carnival
Sjaak Smetsers - Treasure house
Theo Koster - Walking blues
Hans Vanhorck - Lake Michigan
Willem van Oijen  - Deeply rooted

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Description

An early work by this well-known and versatile Dutch artist. This painting is part of a series of large blue paintings. The original exhibition in the early 1980’s drew a lot of attention. Former queen Juliana of The Netherlands visited the exhibition and was noticeably impressed.  The subject of the series is temptation and lost love. Two opposites in one work of art. This painting was a donation to the museum by a private collector.

Ad Arma is also known for his abstract paintings, etchings, ceramic sculptures and glass objects. He works at night to avoid distraction. He won the title Dutch Artist of the year in 2007 and was honoured with the title of Brilliant Artist 2022, an honorific title for Dutch artists.


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