Novidades em Obras
A obra "De zeven provinciën, 1923" a cores / The work "De zeven provinciën, 1923" in colour
A obra "Eenhoorn, 1969" / The work "Eenhoorn, 1969"
A obra "Fenix, 1953" / The work "Fenix, 1953"
A obra "Nicoletge, 1980" / The work "Nicoletge, 1980"
A obra "A Máscara, 1979" / The work "The Mask, 1979"
A obra "Sem Título, 1993" / The work "Without name, 1993"
Tree-of-Life: Air (II) 90 x 60 cm oil on board 1976
This Tree-of-Life is the eighth of the Tree-of-Life ninetych. Above the clouds a new, out-stretching cloud-world with the Tree-of-Life in the foreground, towering from a chasm. The child, a small Eros, rises towards the large butterfly - new life following Caterpillar and chrysalis. In Egyptian symbolism: Human consciousness awakened.
Tree-of-Life: Earth (II) 90 x 60 cm oil on board 1975
This Tree-of-Life is the seventh of the ninetych. Earth unveils her splendour into the mirage-like remoteness of a lovely Arcádia. The Tree-of-Life is moulded from her purest element, crystal, through which seven lotus blossoms climb upward; symbol of purity and sanctity. The couple has come to perfect harmony in the maithuna position, reaching ecstatic unity. Together they ascend towards the lotus. Human consciousness awakens.
Tree-of-Life: Fire (II) 90 x 60 cm oil on board 1975
This is the fifth of the Tree-of-Life ninetych. The first four trees-of-life, Fire (man), Water(woman), Earth(couple) and Air (child), grow in a grotto; the main figures in peace-ful repose: the sleeping, human consciousness. These four paintings are represent-ed in the first Artim edition (1975). In the second series of four, the landscape reaches the distant horizon.In the fire-country, with volcanoes and a river of fire, the man ascends as an angel in his life-tree of flames towards the fire-bird at the top, symbol of regeneration. Human consciousness awakens.
Tree-of-Life: Water (II) 90 x 60 cm oil on board 1975
This Tree-of-Life is the sixth of the Tree-of-Life ninetych. The far-reaching waterland reveals falls, waves and rapids. The woman ascends the water-tree as a nymph,reaching the fish, icthys - symbol of Christ´s resurrection. Human consciusness awakens.
Diana Vandenberg The Mandala of Love 93 x 93 cm oil on board 1973
Witnessing the birth of Artim were seven artists with inspirational ties, who became friends. One of them, Diana Vandenberg, had the sudden, grand idea to make a combined portrait for their col-lective exhibitions. For nine months she harboured this idea, resulting in four months' work. The Mandala of Love became a reality. Through the ages a mandala has been the universal symbol of inte-gration, harmony and creation. "In the Beginning, the Centre" (the Creator), out of which the mandala flows and creation comes into being.Compare: galaxies, the eye, the cross section of a stem, Tibetan meditation paintings - everything is mandala, from its centre to the circumference.
Through the nucleus of Diana's Mandala, one looks into the universe. A sphere floats there, the eternal principle, in which towers and temples of a holy city form the word LOVE. This is the binding element of the artists gathered into the painting that hangs suspended in the cosmos. Johfra Bosschart, Frans Erkelens, Johan Hermsen, Han Koning, Vic-tor Linford, Ellen Lórien, Diana Vandenberg.
Each of the seven has been represented in his own personal aura, as in a jewel, appearing as seven finely-cut agates. Each has his own spectral colour, in correlation withtheir individual zodiacal signs. All of them work with the powers of the dragon (Yang) and the mush-room (Yin).
In the four corners of the 'uni-verse' we find in the upper-left, the muse of the painters; in the lower-left corner, the horse's head (Eros) and in the lower-right corner, the cosmic egg.
To the upper-right, the artisfs double signature: the painted god-dess with bow and arrow on the mountain, and her written name. The painter of the Mandala set her-self apart in a barely perceivable manner.
She is dressed and the light falls on her in another way than upon the other six. For Artim this is an historical painting and will permanently ex-hibit in the Artim Gallery, The Hague.
Obra enviada por Jaap Bleumink da Holanda, detentor da obra, a quem muito agradeço / Work sent by Jaap Bleumink from holland, that is the onwer of the work, to who i give my big thanks
Pintura chamada "Tussen de varens", datada de 1959, assinada no canto inferior esquerdo, 23x33,5 cm e é uma aguarela/ Painting called "Tussen de varens", dated 1959, signed left-bottom, 23 x 33,5 cm and is a water-colour.
Obra chamada Oceanisch geluk (alegria oceánica) enviada por Jaap Bleumink da Holanda, a quem muito agradeço / Work called Oceanisch geluk (oceanic hapiness) sent by Jaap Bleumink from holland,to who i give my big thanks.
Obra com as dimensões de 10x15cm, de 1976, enviada por Jaap Bleumink da Holanda, a quem muito agradeço / Work with 10x15cm, from 1976, sent by Jaap Bleumink from holland,to who i give my big thanks.
Obra com as dimensões de 16x11cm, de 1976, enviada por Jaap Bleumink da Holanda, a quem muito agradeço / Work with 16x11cm, from 1976, sent by Jaap Bleumink from holland,to who i give my big thanks.
Obra Ontmoeting met Saturnus, enviada por Jaap Bleumink (proprietário) da Holanda, a quem muito agradeço / Work Ontmoeting met Saturnus, sent by Jaap Bleumink (owner) from holland,to who i give my big thanks.
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