A genuine Raveel work, which comes as memory of summer holidays spent in the South of France, with mirroring characters and a brilliant palette. This screenprint is based on a black and white woodcut which was printed in the artist's studio in 1988 (cf. Octave Scheire, Roger Raveel. Het grafische oeuvre, Ludion, 2005, no. 173, p. 145).
Screenprint on BFK Rives 250 g
Size sheet: 56 × 76 cm
Size image: 56 × 76 cm
Printed by Tubbax, Antwerp, under the supervision of Roger Vandaele
Edition of 100 (numbered 1/100 - 100/100) + 26 AP (numbered A/Z - Z/Z)
Published in 2012
Roger Raveel (1921-2013) is considered of one of Belgium's most important post-war artists. His work is both timeless and contemporary. It shuns any partisan approach. The breeding ground for Raveel's art is his immediate environment, which acquires a universal resonance through his paintings, drawings, objects and installations.