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Jacqueline van de Bos
Amsterdamse Academie voor Beeldende Vorming 1980-1984
Rijksacademie van Beeldende Kunsten 1985-1986
The large oil paintings on canvas created in the period that Jacqueline was studying at the Royal Academy of Art in Amsterdam show a mixture of abstract and figurative painting .
The starting point was the large number of sketches that made Jacqueline daily . Of people on the street , around the table , waiting for their turn . There diving stiff , caricatured figures on .
The very worked by wearing cloths despite the sometimes heavy colors are clear traces of her teachers Jan Sierhuis and Ger Lataster.
The small wooden reliefs , painted on beach wood, lighter , more playful in nature . It seems vistas , windows through which we can look out. Jacqueline seems to be . These reliefs broke new road.
A path with a wealth of visual resources and materials that give her more freedom in her work than she had wor.
Her stay in Spain in 1987 has enriched her artistry in this regard . We find the Spanish influences in the collages and gouaches . Sometimes she shows her images figurative , sometimes abstract. Love the colors in this work a clarity which shines through the Spanish frivolous life .