Copper engraving on paper by Bart’d Eyckermans – Titled: Eva, 1980

Original limited edition fine art print by Bart’d Eyckermans – Titled: Eva circa 1980

Copper engraving on paper signed in pencil by the artist on lower right as also titled and numbered in pencil on lower left.  One of an edition of 10 signed, titled and numbered engravings.

Dimensions: 98 x 51 cm – 38.6 x 20 in – With frame: 130 x 84 cm – 51.2 x 33 in

Provenance: Direct purchase from the artist.

Literature and documentation: Five Flemish engravers in the Taze workshop, Paris – NADA publications Antwerpen: Antwerp, 1984 – Transavantgardes, Exhibition, M Bernaerts, Antwerp, 1986.

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Bart’d EYCKERMANS (1955) – Barthold Eyckermans

Barthold Eyckermans aka Bart’d Eyckermans was born in on July, 13, 1955 in Wilrijk, Antwerp. He is a Flemish printmaker, drawer and sculpture. The artist is the son of the sculptor Lode Eyckermans (1919-1998).

His artworks and his symbolist style could be resumed as a creator of baroque worlds full of fantasy with roguish allusions, but that would be too simple.

He studied at the Academy of Arts in Mechelen at the sculpture department and the Royal Academy of Arts in Antwerp in the printmaking department.

He is a laureate of the national higher institute of the graphics department in Antwerp.  Won prizes as the young print makers in 1980, round table 1980, Helene Goldmuntz in 1981 and from the ministry of culture in Belgium.

He was selected for Miami print biennial 1982 and 1984, Carbo Frio International, Rio de Janero and Ibiza graphics 1984.

He became a teacher of Printmaking Department in Antwerp from 1980 till 2013 and also teacher of drawing in Mechelen from 1980 till 1988.

Since 1995 he has served as the Director of Part-Time Arts Education at the Royal Academy of Fine arts in Antwerp and is also a Professor at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts at the Artesis University, Antwerp.

In 2015 he was made President of the Royal Association for the Encouragement of Fine Arts in Belgium.

He is also internationally recognized as a sculptor: Installed a “Fertility Statue” in Quyang Provincial Museum in September 2005, ordered by the Hubei Province Board, China. Now days he works primarily with sculpture.

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