Kees van Bohemen
The Hague, Netherland 1928 -1985
Kees van Bohemen is considered to be one of the most accomplished Dutch painters of the twentieth century.
After his studies at the Royal Academy of Visual Arts (in 1952) Kees van Bohemen lived in Paris in the now famous warehouse for storing hides on Rue Santeuil, which also provided accommodation for artists like Karel Appel, Corneille and Bram Bogart. He was only twenty-four at that time. The young painter stayed in Paris for five years and he was in touch with several painters belonging to the COBRA movement.
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