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Recognizable expressive color screen print by Ad van Hassel (1953). Depiction: 3 Blue tulips. Picture dimensions: W. 60 x H. 40 cm, Edition: 31 of 50, listed in pencil at the bottom right. Signed by hand (pencil) lower left. Photos are part of the description.
About the artist: Ad van Hassel was born in 1953 in Roosendaal. He is training as a visual artist in the studio of Maarten Krabbé. Here he learns to work with different techniques. The themes of his work are often landscapes, flowers and cityscapes. His sense of detail is especially reflected in his etchings. In 1985, an etching by him was included in the Rijksprentenkabinet of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. In 1980 Ad van Hassel started painting. After years of creative wanderings, he started two exclusive galleries in Amsterdam's Sonesta and Krasnapolsky hotels in 1983. Most famous, however, are his tulip paintings and his colorful serigraphs. In 1990 Van Hassel devoted himself to making screen prints of his paintings. He achieved such a good quality that soon other artists also had their work printed by him. For example, he was Herman Brood's house printer for 12 years. Corneille, Jan Cremer, Rob Scholte, Shunyam, Peter Diem and many other artists also made frequent use of his expertise. Ad has also specialized in a new technique. Ad makes colored sculptures with CNC laser cutting and milling of various plastics. Ad van Hassel is an innovative artist, known at home and abroad.