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Jeroen Allart - Japanese Girl

Lot reference 6515453
Jeroen Allart - Japanese Girl

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Current bid $2,234
Next minimum bid $2,458
Location: Netherlands
Auction fee: 9% of the winning bid
Shipping to United States: $111.74

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In aid of Brain Technology Institute

Part of the proceeds from this auction will go to Brain Technology Institute.

About Brain Technology Institute

Brain Technology Institute (BTI) is a non-profit organization focuses on centralizing the knowledge, research and development of new products and technologies in the field of rare neurological diseases.

Oil on canvas - mounted on aluminium - 2015

Size: 60 x 50 cm
Born and raised in Rotterdam, Jeroen Allart (1970) studied at the Grafisch Lyceum Rotterdam, Willem de Kooning Academie Rotterdam and the Rijksacademie Amsterdam. 
He is known for his flat-painted works and his skilful handling of paint which leads to the creation of nearly hyperrealistic compositions. When you look at the painting from a distance, they appear to be more like prints or cut–outs rather than paintings, without a single brush stroke to be found. A poignant undertone is apparent. As if the grass, the skies and the birds are in equilibrium but holding their breath.
His work is included in important collections, from Museum of Modern Art, Arnhem, Ministry of foreign affairs to different European and non-European embassies. Jeroen Allart is represented by Galerie Jan van Hoof.

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United States $111.74
Austria $55.87
Belgium $55.87
Canada $111.74
Denmark $55.87
France $55.87
Germany $55.87
Ireland $55.87
Italy $55.87
Luxembourg $55.87
Netherlands $55.87
Norway $89.39
Poland $55.87
Portugal $55.87
Spain $55.87
Sweden $55.87
United Kingdom $55.87
Rest of Europe $89.39
Anywhere else $111.74

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