Hóngsè huìhuà (Chinese for Red painting) is a very beautiful lyrical abstract artwork by Bart van Ooijen. Stretched on quality linen with the sides painted through. Thus, the artwork can be hung on the wall as is, but is also available in a beautiful, sleek tray frame. This is obviously a unique work and comes with certificate of authenticity. On display in our gallery in Amersfoort but it is also possible to purchase this artwork online. Upon receipt of the order, we will contact you to schedule a delivery appointment. Insured shipping by courier in the Netherlands and Belgium € 39,95. Delivery time 1-2 business days.
Bart van Oijen (Vlijmen, 1949) is a Dutch artist. From 1970 to 1975, he trained at the Academy of Visual Arts in Arnhem. After training, he initially worked in an illustrative, often fairy-tale manner. Mostly figurative and clearly recognizable.
Bart van Oijen gradually began to abstract his work, that is, he began to alienate reality, or even bid it farewell entirely, using only form and color. Currently, he is primarily engaged in brightly colored lyrical abstract work; his techniques include mainly acrylic paint on canvas and mixed media on canvas and paper. Van Oijen rarely uses brushes and brushes; he has very clearly found his own techniques, disregarding conventional methods, and confidently using old rags and his fingers to achieve the desired result. Van Oijen wants to point out the beauty now existing around humans. His abstract work usually has a subject from nature as a pictorial starting point, but while working, little of that usually remains.