Andre van der Vossen (1893-1963), abstract red collage, 1950s


Stunning original collage by Andre van der Vossen (1893- 1963),

Van der Vossen is one of the leading artist in The Netherlands after the WOII. Van der Vossen was born in Haarlem in 1893. Although Van der Vossen was modest about his work, he was involved in almost all important events of the Free Images and Creation groups in the Netherlands. Since 1947 he has been producing abstract art, which ranged from strictly geometric to abstract expressionist. He oeuvre is very versatile. In 1950, together with Willy Boers and others, he founded the Creation group.Shortly after the war he was influenced by Klee and Kandinsky. Oil paintings, gouaches and collages, mainly geometric but later also in more tangible forms. Van der Vossen had many exhibitions in Paris, the Salon Réalités Nouvelles, The Hague, Brussels and Amsterdam. He died in Overveen in 1963.



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“Abstract composition in red”, signed in front

| DIMENSIONS    h 52 cm w 34 cm d 1,55 cm
| PERIOD   1950s
| PLACE OF ORIGIN   The Netherlands
| PROVENANCE   private collection, NL
| MATERIALS   paper collage on paper
| CONDITION    in good vintage condition, traces of age
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