SBK exists 65 years! And that has to be celebrated! We have commissioned Louise te Poele to make a work of art especially for this occasion. That has become the special edition 'The Jubilee line'.
Unique SPECIAL EDITION by Louise te Poele! Te Poele investigates the light and the compositions of the old masters and then gives them a completely personal twist. Despite the sometimes wonderful compositions and chemical color schemes, her works are immediately recognizable as a continuation of a painterly tradition. The special edition is available in 3 different sizes, has a total run of 65 and is therefore attractively priced. Don't miss this offer! Title: The Jubilee Line Year: 2020 Technique: photo on glossy Diasec (photo on dibond with glossy perspex in front, and suspension frame at the back) Edition 65 Formats 100 x 66 cm € 1250,- (instead of 1750,-) 50 x 75 cm € 675,- (instead of € 1250,-) 30 x 45 cm € 400,- (instead of € 750,-) Just like with the purchase of a work of art from one of the galleries, you can pay 25% of the purchase amount (from € 100) with accumulated collection credit. You can pay off the remaining amount interest-free in 36 months. You can pay the remaining amount in installments of €50 or a multiple thereof within 36 months. Are you interested? Send an email to email@example.com. Louise te Poele (Winterswijk, 1984) investigates the light and compositions of the old masters and then gives them a completely personal twist. Her studio is located in a former military hospital. In addition to her workshop, it is home to a wonderful collection of objects. The treasures and rarities that she picks up here and there form the ingredients of her still lifes. Despite the sometimes wonderful compositions and chemical color schemes, her works are immediately recognizable as a continuation of a painterly tradition. Louise te Poele lives and works in Arnhem, where she graduated in 2008 from the Fine Art department at ArtEZ in Arnhem. A much acclaimed series of portraits of rural people in the Achterhoek, the region where she grew up, followed: Farmers. Her work is shown from Paris and New York to Hong Kong, Berlin and Istanbul and is included in the collection of Museum Arnhem, among others.