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Felt-pen drawing on paper, signed Henk Dekker at the bottom left, work will be from the early 1950s, neatly framed in passe-partout and behind anti-reflective glass.
Hendricus Nicolaas (Henk) Dekker was born in 1897 in Gouda. He later lived and worked in The Hague. He also died here in 1974. Henk Dekker mainly formed himself. He did receive instructions from HJ van der Weele and painted, drew and watercolored in a naturalistic style, including sea and river views. He was a member of the Dutch Art Circle and taught Cor van Heusden in Rotterdam. Works by Henk Dekker can be found in all parts of the world. He is especially well known in Belgium; he has often exhibited by invitation in Brussels, Antwerp, Ghent, Liège and St. Niklaas. His work also met with great interest in the US.
Work can be picked up in Alblasserdam / Kinderdijk or in Beerse, near Turnhout.