Constant Permeke

Winter Landscape

Winter Landscape by Constant Permeke

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The vigorous broad palette knife technique used in this painting evocatively suggests the fall of moonlight on the snowy ground cover. Belgian artist Constant Permeke was associated with the Flemish Expressionists throughout much of his career, although his work is regarded as highly individual. He probably produced this picture after 1929, when he moved to the village of Jabbeke and turned his focus to the local landscape. (From Dusk till Dawn, 2002)

Winter Landscape
Production date
oil on canvas
835 x 988 x 77 mm
Credit line
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, purchased 1963
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International Art
Display status
Not on display

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