{ feuilleton }

Avatar

• • • Being a journal by artist and designer John Coulthart, cataloguing interests, obsessions and passing enthusiasms.

Archive for the ‘Carel de Nerée’ tag

 

The art of Jacob Bendien, 1890–1933

bendien07.jpg

Corner of a Canal (1919–20). This week’s post is another by Sander Bink about a Dutch artist whose work may be unfamiliar to those outside the Netherlands. Jacob Bendien was certainly new to me. My thanks again to Sander for the post. * * * Jacob Bendien, born in Amsterdam in 1890, was one of the […]

Posted in {art}, {painting}, {surrealism}, {symbolists} | Comments Off

 


René Gockinga revisited

gockinga1.jpg

Presenting another guest post by Sander Bink concerning drawings by Dutch artists from the early decades of the 20th century, several of which show a distinct Beardsley influence. There’s also more than a little Harry Clarke in some of the details, especially the large Salomé picture below. Sander examines the provenance. * * * In […]

Posted in {art}, {black and white}, {books}, {illustrators} | Comments Off

 


Weekend links 233

casas.jpg

Alchemical Stone (2014) by Daniel Lasso Casas. Via full fathom five. • “I am unsure if this reality is an everyday one. We don’t know if the universe belongs to a realist genre or a fantastic one, because if, as idealists believe, everything is a dream, then what we call reality is essentially oneiric.” Jorge […]

Posted in {art}, {books}, {borges}, {cities}, {design}, {electronica}, {fashion}, {gay}, {music}, {television}, {typography} | 2 comments »

 


Wildeana 12

wilde.jpg

The Wilde Years (2000), a poster by Jonathan Barnbrook for an exhibition at the Barbican Centre, London. Continuing an occasional series. Recent (and not-so-recent) Wildean links. • Sander Bink writes that Beardsley-esque artist Carel de Nerée tot Babberich was in Paris in the summer of 1900, the summer of the Exposition Universelle which has been […]

Posted in {books}, {design} | Comments Off

 


More from the Decadent Dutch

netherlands3.jpg

Illustration by Otto Verhagen from Yolanda – Het Boek van Bloei (1931) by Nan Copijn. Would-be Decadents is perhaps a better label, the Decadent ship having set sail across an absinthe-tinted sea by the time these artists were putting pen to paper. Their drawings are another set of scarce images forwarded by Sander Bink who […]

Posted in {art}, {black and white}, {books}, {illustrators} | 7 comments »

 


 



    September 2019
    M T W T F S S
    « Aug    
     1
    2345678
    9101112131415
    16171819202122
    23242526272829
    30  

 

tracker

 


 

“feed your head”