Public House Of Art: THE RIJKS

Public House Of Art: THE RIJKS
Wednesday November 4th was the opening of the exhibition THE RIJKS at the Public House Of Art.
I produced five artworks that are a combination of paintings of the Rijksmuseum collection and my own street photography, that I combined into digital collages. High quality prints in three different sizes and different finishing are for sale through the Public House Of Art website, in its stores and on many art fairs and events throughout the world.

Red Light Charms.
Inspired by Gerard Dou, Girl with an Oil Lamp at a Window (1645 – 1675).

The Little Street Vandal.
Inspired by Johannes Vermeer, The Little Street (1657-1611).

Canal Dipping.
Inspired by Cornelis van Poelenburch, Bathing Girls (1646).

Metro Fancy Dress.
Inspired by Gerard ter Borch (II), Gallant Conversation, known as ‘The Paternal Admonition’ (1654).

The Streets Are Calling.
Inspired by George Hendrik Breitner, The Singel Bridge at the Paleisstraat in Amsterdam (1898).




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