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  • Transparent painting reflecting walking shadows of humans contemporary conceptual art by Hester van Dapperen. The painting shows figures on a double transparent surface
  • 30 x 30 cm
  • Reserved

Who is afraid of green yellow red and blue

  • Four oil paintings colourfields in green, red, blue and yellow made by Hester van Dapperen made in commission. The paintings have all four a cut in the canvas, these are attached with coarse rope and partly painted, there is no effort made to hide the cut. Both the title and the cloths are a reference to the paintings of Barnett Newman titled "who's Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue III and IV ' (series). These paitings are made of pure colors, often on very large canvases. They are both cut by a spectator in the museum. Respectively in the Nationalgalerie of Berlin, with a plastic rod and in the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam with a Stanley knife. Idea of paintings in 4 colours in the hall by Noelle Kenninck.
  • 460 x 230 cm
  • in Private collection Bussum, The Netherlands

Four dancers in red

  • Acrylic on double layered transparent nylon. Four dancers in red on first layer, one figure on second back layer
  • 100 x 105 cm
  • In private collection

The ball

  • The Ball is a painting, made with oil and pigments and embroidery on linen.
  • 120 x 80 cm
  • available

Construction site

  • Painting with oil on linen, embroidery
  • 120 x 80 cm
  • In private collection Amsterdam


  • Colourfield painting with the title Temple, oil and pigments, collage of Chinese temple leaves and embroidery on linen
  • 71 x 50 cm
  • available


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  • Exhibitions

    Studio Zeeburgerdijk 379 Amsterdam

    • Call for a studio visit (without obligations) on appointment GSM +31 6 12364341

    Contemporary Artist Hester van Dapperen