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Louis van der Beesen

by on September 11, 2015

Louis van der Beesen, deceased Dutch artist (1938 – 2012).

Louis van der Beesen was born in The Netherlands in the town of Maastricht in 1938.  He attended the City Academy of Applied Arts in Maastricht. Louis moved to Eindhoven in 1957. In 1969 he moved with his wife Ineke to Overpelt in Belgium where he set up his studio, where he lives and paints.  Always best known for his depiction of the innocence of children in flower fields or at play.

Louis was greatly inspired by Auguste Renoir and Rob Graafland.

Louis van der Beesen died in Belgium in 2012.

All paintings shown are available for purchase from the Arnot Gallery Collection.


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