Henneman designed this unique piece in 2009. These sculptures are called " standing drawings".
The piece is signed with Henneman, 2009. Henneman is a famous Dutch artist, and also wellknown for his paintings and "standing drawings".
|MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES:
||The Cross is from handsawn plywood, has been black painted afterwards
||The Cross is from handsawn plywood and has been black painted afterwards
||16.93 in. (43 cm)
||11.81 in. (30 cm)
||3.15 in. (8 cm)
Jeroen Henneman is a famous Dutch Artist and well known for his sculptures, paintings and drawings. Henneman grew up in Haarlem and studied from 1959 to 1961 at the Institute of Applied Arts in Amsterdam. After he traveled for a long time in Belgium, France , Switzerland and the United States. The artist lives and works in Amsterdam. He calls these sculptures 'Standing Drawings'. One of the most famous works of Henneman is the monument from 2006 for Theo van Gogh, the 'Cry' the memorial, was unveiled in 2007. Another famous work is a portrait of Queen Beatrix.