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Francis Verlinden, painting 'Naked Women', cabaret scene, oil on canvas, 1970 - Pignolet Gallery

Francis Verlinden, painting 'Naked Women', cabaret scene, oil on canvas, 1970


  • Artist / Designer:Francis Verlinden (Ixelles 1935 -    )
  • Period:20th Century / Mid Century / ca 1970
  • Country of Origin:Belgium
  • Dimensions (H x W):70 x 60 cm
  • Weight:1 Kg
  • Condition:Good
  • Style:Neo-Expressionnist
  • Price:1350€

  • Belgium Delivery:On request
  • France Delivery:On request
  • Europe Delivery:On request
  • Worldwide Delivery:On request

Oil on canvas by painter Francis Verlinden, unsigned, ca 1970.
The technique of his painting reflects a perfect mastery of the subject (very little material used).
Canvas in good condition (one retouching done, see photo).
Worn frame, ideally to be replaced or retouched...
Dimensions with frame (86x76cm).

Biography:
Francis Verlinden is a Belgian painter illustrator and draughtsman, he was born in Ixelles (Brussels) in 1935, graduated from the Decorative Arts at Saint-Luc in Brussels. He trained for 5 years with the painter Paul G. Klein in Damme, which probably gave him that intuition and power of line, a "brushstroke" that many envy him, the artist paints with extreme speed and a precise line. He had a predilection for figures of young women and indoor nudes, and painted erotic scenes, probably taken in cabarets. He settled in Knokke-Heist in 1964.