Diogenes (13)

Although it has been a wonderful three weeks to occupy the heart of the Galerij Prins Willem V with easel, painting and various studio materials, it also feels very good to finally get back into the seclusion of the CONTERFEYTER studio. Continue reading “Diogenes (13)”

Diogenes (12)

One of the largest paintings in the Galerij Prins Willem V is Govert Flinck’s 1654 signed and dated “Allegory on the memory of Frederik Hendrik, prince of Orange, with the portrait of his widow Amalia van Solms”. Continue reading “Diogenes (12)”

Diogenes (11)

With his uninterrupted three-week work period in the Galerij Prins Willem V almost coming to an end, René Klarenbeek, for the first time working on his CONTERFEYTER series of large scale contemporary history paintings, Continue reading “Diogenes (11)”

Diogenes (10)

Every day the Galerij Prins Willem V is opened, the painter comes in first and goes out last. And that does not remain without noticeable consequences. Continue reading “Diogenes (10)”

Diogenes (09)

With all parts of the scene still in rather sketchy brown-gray tones on the canvas, the gallery spectators might get the impression that the image remains a bit foggy, with the dark parts apparently too light and the light parts too dark. Continue reading “Diogenes (09)”