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Marten Melsen 1870-1947

by MELSEN, Jan H

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Antwerpen,: Pandora,, 2003.. Schilder van het sappige boerenleven is Marten Melsen (Stabroek 1870-1947) de polderschilder bij uitstek. Ter gelegenheid van drie belangrijke tentoonstellingen (Jacob Smits museum Mol, Stedelijk Museum Oostende en Breda) verschijnt deze eerste publicatie ooit over Marten Melsen. Tevens omvat het boek de oeuvre catalogus van het grafisch werk van de kunstenaar.. 179 blz, ill. in kleur en z/w. Linnen band en stofwikkel. Tekst in het Nederlands. Texte en français. Art - kunst|new books

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Bookseller
Antiquariaat Marc Van de Wiele BE (BE)
Bookseller's Inventory #
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Title
Marten Melsen 1870-1947
Author
MELSEN, Jan H
Book Condition
Used
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Schilder van het sappige boerenleven is Marten Melsen (Stabroek
Publisher
Pandora,
Place of Publication
Antwerpen,
Date Published
2003.
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Monographs on Art;

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About Antiquariaat Marc Van de Wiele

In 1976 Marc Van de Wiele rents a small shop in Prinsenhof, in Bruges. In 1977 he marries Anette. They move to the Sint-Salvatorskoorstraat, very close to the Simon Stévin square, a few years later.
In 1992, they buy and renovate a historical building on the corner of the Sint-Salvatorskerkhof and the Heilige Geeststraat.
Since forty years Marc Van de Wiele specialises in illustrated books from the 15th till the 20th century: books of hours, incunabula, natural history, atlases, medical books and books of artists. In 2004 Nathalie Van de Wiele (degree in romance languages) came into the business.
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