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ERWIN MACKOWIAK " Tamara nude " Belgian Pop'Art painting, oil on canvas 1972 - Pignolet Gallery

ERWIN MACKOWIAK " Tamara nude " Belgian Pop'Art painting, oil on canvas 1972


Oil on canvas by Erwin Mackowiak painted in 1972, a Pop'Art and Hyperrealist painting (in the spirit of the painter Pol Mara).
Signed lower left, countersigned / titled "Tamara" and dated 1972 on the back.
Perfect condition.
American silver and black frame: 102 x 82cm

  • Creator / Artist:Erwin Mackowiak (1926-2006)
  • Period:20th Century / Mid Century / 1972
  • Country of Origin:Belgium
  • Dimensions (H x W x D):100 x 80 x 4 cm
  • Weight:4 Kg
  • Condition:Excellent
  • Style:Pop'Art / Hyperrealism
  • Materials:Oil on canvas
  • Price:On request

  • Pick-up:Free
  • Belgium Delivery:50€
  • France Delivery:100€
  • Europe Delivery:150€
  • Worldwide Delivery:On request

Biography:
Belgian painter born in Germany (Gladberg) in 1926, trained at the Academy of Dusseldorf, he moved to Belgium in La Louvière in 1948.
He began his career with Surrealism and then Lyrical Abstraction when he arrived in Belgium, before moving on to Hyperrealism (Figurative). Later, influenced by Pop Art and photography, he painted blurred nude female bodies, as if a camera had shaken during the shot. The theme of the naked woman is almost omnipresent in his provocative and sensual work, magnified by delicate chiaroscuro effects.
In La Presse: "Her works, with their dreamlike realism, are architecturally constructed. Her compositions are underpinned by curves that celebrate feminine grace in a sumptuous setting. Her colours create astonishing contrasts with the pearly, bronzed, lascivious flesh of her models"...

JPB Prize, Prix H. Jacquet, Prix Europe de Peinture à Ostende, Co-founder of Groupe G.3.
Works acquired by the State and the Province of Hainaut and in the Museums of Charleroi, Verviers, Frankfurt, Gladbeck. Mentioned in BAS II and in "Deux Siècles de Signatures d'Artistes de Belgique".
Numerous exhibitions, including Brachot in Brussels in 1972.