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Women, portraits and symbols

Most favorite subject with painters

p 2, 13, 24, 30, 49, 61, 69, 77, 83, 95, 99, 105, 112, 118 & most recent

124
 

Strange vehicles

What's most typical for our culture?

on p 15, 31, 50, 76, 100, 110, 113, 119, 129

 

naar VM pagina 100

Still life, nature morte

Life become still, in nature never dead

on the pages 73, 78 and 121

 

Abstract

Most beloved theme at the walls of our houses

on p 12, 22, 36, 47, 62, 75, 96, 120

 

Where humans, animals and plants look different

...from expected

on p 20, 43, 59, 70, 86, 98, 115

naar VM pagina 98  

Towers

The upward fever that became fatal to Babylon

on p 27, 56, 66, 106

  to towers IV

Harbours and boats

One of the vehicles taken apart, and it's home

on p 42, 72, 92, 111

naar pagina 111   naar VM pagina 92

Surrealism today

Always has been, always will be, in different names

on p 14, 37, 51, 63, 74, 87, 91, 107

to page 107   Surrealisme VII Surrealisme VI

Trees

One tree or a forest, maybe more beloved than humans

on p 39, 54, 65, 84, 102

naar pagina 84   naar VM pagina 102

Cityscapes

Cities continue to grow forming landscape

on p 38, 71, 89, 114

naar pagina 89  

Magical painters

No matter which subject, they create a magical mood

on p 17, 19, 21, 44, 81, 117

to page 117

 

 

Form pond to sea

Waters large and small, a fascinating challenge

on pages 48, 64, 94

  naar pagina 94 van VM

Houses

From hut to palace

on pages 45, 85, 123

Van huis tot kasteel in de hedendaagse schilderkunst II  

Between abstract and figurative

Often not possible how to prescribe, abstract or figurative

on pages 4, 53 & 97

  naar VM pagina 97
Tralacirtemmys

Looks the same on both sides, so read this right to left

on the pages 34, 40, 58, 80

naar p 80  

Views on reality

Just a matter of how you look

on the pages 18, 67, 103

to page 104  realism  

Bridges

A building without inhabitants (although...)

on the pages 46, 60, 93

naar pagina 93 van VM  

Music in contemporary painting

See music instead of hearing it

on the pages 55, 79, 108

 

to page108  

Interiors

The world within

on the pages 35, 57, 90

Interieurs III   Interieurs II

Rain

If you thought painters didn't like this, you're wrong

on the pages 52 and 104

to page 104 rain paintings  

Fractal art

So typical for today's world, not painted by hand but by mathematics

on the pages 29, 82 and 109

to page 109   to fractal art

Back to the future

To know the future, look at the past

on the page 122

 

Different techniques

Oil on canvas, aquarel, pastel, digital, 3D... Just different techniques

op pagina's 1, 5, 16, 23 en 28

 

Mountains and waterfalls

Again water

on the pages 41 and 88

 

Bergen & Watervallen II  
 

Sculptures

bronze, stone, ceramics, glass...

on the pages 11, 26, 32, 101 and 116

to page 116

  naar VM pagina 101 contentsVM_ceramics01

Optical

The art of illusions

on page 7

 

Photo manipulation

Photographical work in a further process

on page 6

 

Technics as a theme

Between the cogwheels

page 25

 

Misty landscapes

Landscapes in the mist

on pages 33 and 68

   

Doll art

Art of making dolls, with assecoires

on page 125 and 128

Moving art

Seeing art moving on the screen

on page 8

     

Photography

only one page, as an introduction

on page 9

     

Architecture photographed

the only way to show architecture

op page 3