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the final … Piet Dirkx weekly

This is the last of the “Piet Dirkx weekly” . After i had finished the cigarboxes 2 years ago and now the series publishing almost 80 Piet Dirkx weekly’s . This series has now come to an end.

Small, important, rare kinds of Piet Dirkx publications and collectibles have come along. Does this mean that there will no longer be any Piet Dirkx publications/ blogs anymore? Certainly not….. i will be preparing in the next months the material for another 60+ works by Piet Dirkx and will publish these in a “PIET DIRKX MONTHLY”.

For now i have decided this beautiful and cherished 2009 New Years wish by Piet Dirkx to conclude this series. It is a pencil and watercolor drawing. Signed  and colored by Piet.

measures 14 x 9 cm.

dirkx nieuwjaar mond

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Piet Dirkx weekly

Only two Piet Dirkx weekly’s to go. But 2 very special ones.

This one was made for the 2003 New Years wish. A drawing in watercolor and signed by Piet .

“La Creation” is a beautiful smal artwork . measuring 14,8 x 10, 4 cm.

dirkx creation

dirkx nieuwjaar 2003 b

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Piet Dirkx weekly

ERGENS KLOPT ER HIER IETS NIET .

This is another new years wish for 2010 by Piet Dirkxdirkx ergens

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Piet Dirkx weekly

A superb New Years wish was this one for the year 2006. A two sided watercolor drawing with handwritten text in pencil on watercolor paper.

dirkx nieuwjaar a

dirkx nieuwjaar b

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Another beautiful Christmas/New Years card for 2008. In the bottom of the photograph are 4 drawings of Piet Dirkx ” flowers”

dirkx ny 2008

dirkx ny 2008 b

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Ru van Rossem (1924-2007)

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I started to take in interest in the art of Ru van Rossem the time i acquired a large collection of small signed and dated etchings by the artist. Among them, small etchings, lithographs, art libris and new years wishes. They had some elements in common. The human figure was important as well as horses and religion.

These three elements define the works by van Rossem. Perhaps it is not your kind of art, but study these prints and you will discover that van Rossem was an etcher “pur sang”. and that the art of etching held no secrets for him.

www.ftn-books.com

has recently acquired the most important monograph on van Rossen which is now available

 

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Albert Van Der Weide ( 1949 )

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A good way to start the New Year.

ALLE MACHT AAN DE KUNST

A happy and healthy 2020

 The art item ” ALLE MACHT AAN DE KUNST ” ( all power to art ) is available at http://www.ftn-books.com

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