After many, many hours this painting is finished. After the varnish dried it went to Galerie Stam in Amsterdam. Go to the Prinsengracht 356S if you want to see it. Nostalgic Amsterdam #2, Broodje van Kootje, Leidseplein, 1953 2017 Oil on canvas. 80 x 60 cm Available Click here for more information and price. Below
I started on this painting in June 2015. After I got in possession of all the photo albums from my mother. I’ve put it aside for a while and made the second painting in this series first, “Rita & Mien in Limburg, 1959”. There is something missing here so I decided to add some props
I’ve been very busy lately with a lot of assignments. They are (almost) all finished and delivered so I finally have time for my own work. I continued working on my “Nostalgic Amsterdam #2, Broodje van Kootje, 1953. I’m still working on the first layer and couldn’t resist painting the bun as soon as the
The drawing is finished and covered with a thin layer of Gesso with a little bit of raw umber. I like to have some color instead of a white canvas. I started painting in top left corner, there are so many details and everything is interesting…
Last week I started on the second painting in the “Nostalgic Amsterdam” series. The drawing is finally finished, I spent more than 10 hours so far. This is the most detailed painting I made until now. Nostalgic Amsterdam no. 2 “Broodje van Kootje, Leidseplein 1953”. Oil on canvas, 80 x 60 cm.
When I came into the possession of the Family photo albums I’ve made some paintings in the “From the family album” series. Up to now, I only finished one. Matthijs Stam from Gallery Stam was very excited about and wanted the painting in the gallery. But unfortunately, for him, it was already sold before it
This painting has been standing in the corner of my studio for a very long time. So I decided it was time to finally finish it. It only needed another color layer and after that the details. Coke… after Coke… after Coke 2014 Oil on canvas 60 x 40 cm Available