Landscapes series - Holland
Jeroen Allart’s latest works remain faithful to his flat painting style. His skilful handling of paint leads to the creation of nearly hyper realistic 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 farm stands before you on the horizon.
A windmill majestically slices the blue sky. A bird, painted in taut brushstrokes, struts on a branch. These are tranquil images; horizon far in the distance. Jeroen Allart’s paintings are becoming more graphic in his endless search for perfection. Less is more. “I struggled with painting for a long time. I revel in it now and I know how to transform my ideas into form and colour.”
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