Ararat by Jaap Wagemaker
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Jaap Wagemaker

Ararat 1965

Mixed mediaMixed techniques
165 ⨯ 130 cm
ConditionExcellent
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About the artwork

Wagemaker, Adriaan Barend ('Jaap'); Haarlem 1906 – 1972 Amsterdam
Titel: Ararat, gemengde techniek op doek en op paneel
165,5 x 130 cm., gesigneerd en gedateerd r.o.: 'Wagemaker '65'
Annotatie: verso: 'Ararat', nummer '350'
Literatuur: Simon den Heijer, Marike van der Knaap, 'Jaap Wagemaker: Schilder van het elementaire 1906-1972', Zwolle 1995, pag. 178, cat.nr. S 65-011 (met afbeelding). J.W.nr. 350
Tentoonstellingen: Amsterdam, Galerie Magdalene Sothmann, 'Wagemaker, schilderijen en gouaches', 7 October- 28 October 1968.
München, Haus der Kunst, 'Kunst aus der Beneluxländern' Grosser Kunstaustellung,Juni – September 1965
Darmstadt, Ausstellungsgebäude auf der Mathildehöhe, '16 Jahresaustellung der neuen Darmstädter Sezession', 4 October - 15 November 1969
Eindhoven, Galerie Willy Schoots, 'Jaap Wagemaker', 20 maart - 30 april 1970
Bremen, Kunsthalle Bremen, 'Jaap Wagemaker. Bilder-Materialbilder und ausgewählte Beispiele exotischer Plastik aus der Sammlung Wagemaker',6 Februar - 19 März 1972
Herkomst: particuliere collectie
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Jaap Wagemaker was a Dutch artist, born in Haarlem in 1906. He died in Amsterdam in 1972. At the age of fourteen Wagemaker studied at the School voor Bouwkunde, Versierende Kunsten and Kunstambachten in Haarlem. Although he was a skilful draughtsman, he preferred to paint. Initially, his paintings were rendered in an expressionistic style and inspired by Constant Permeke and Herman Kruyder. About 1930 he moved to Paris where he became fascinated by ethnographic objects which he gathered at flea markets. During the Second World War Wagemaker moved to the Netherlands. After the war, he returned to Paris, where he became inspired by the artists Jean Dubuffet, Fautrier, Wols, Burri and Tapies. From 1960 onwards, Wagemaker started focusing on abstract assemblages. His paintings are characterised by brown and dark colours, reminding of deserts seen from an aeroplane. Wagemaker is profoundly influenced by ethnographic art.