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Constant Nieuwenhuys-La rose fanée, 1972
photo: Unknown

La rose fanée

1972
70.0cm x 90.0cm
linen, oil paint
Collection unknown

Signed and dated Constant '72, lower left in grey oil paint on a grey fond.

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Labyrinth, 1972
photo: Tom Haartsen

Labyrinth

1972
165.8cm x 175.0cm
aluminum paint, linen, oil paint
Collection Matthijs Erdman
Constant Nieuwenhuys-Les Touristes, 1972
photo: Tom Haartsen

Les touristes

1972
190.0cm x 200.0cm
linen, oil paint, spray paint
Collection Fondation Constant longterm loan to Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, NL
Constant Nieuwenhuys-Le massacre de My Lai, 1972
photo: Tom Haartsen

Massacre de My Lai

1972
120.5cm x 130.3cm
linen, oil paint
Private collection

In 1968 American soldiers murder mainly women and children in the Vietnamese village My Lai after the American Intelligence Agency claimed to have information that Vietcong soldiers were hiding there. No Vietcong members were found.

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Terrain Vague I, 1972
photo: Tom Haartsen

Terrain vague I

1972
120.0cm x 130.0cm
linen, oil paint
Collection ProWinko

Number one in a series of three

Constant Nieuwenhuys-De stoel, 1971
photo: Tom Haartsen

De stoel

1971
166.0cm x 176.0cm
linen, oil paint
Collection Fondation Constant longterm loan to Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, NL
Constant Nieuwenhuys-Espace Érothique, 1971
photo: Tom Haartsen

Erotic Space

1971
165.0cm x 175.0cm
linen, oil paint
Collection Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, NL
Constant Nieuwenhuys-Ladderlabyrinth, 1971
photo: Tom Haartsen

Ladderlabyrint

1971
165.0cm x 175.0cm
linen, oil paint
Private collection
Constant Nieuwenhuys-Der blaue Draufgänger, 1969
photo: Tom Haartsen

Der blaue Draufgänger

1969
190.1cm x 200.0cm
linen, oil paint, spray paint
Collection Rijksdienst voor Cultureel Erfgoed longterm loan to Centraal Museum Utrecht, NL
Constant Nieuwenhuys-Ode à l'Odéon, 1969
photo: Gemeentemuseum The Hague

Ode à l'Odéon

1969
190.0cm x 200.0cm
aluminum paint, linen, oil paint, spray paint
Collection Fondation Constant longterm loan to Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, NL

In Constant's own words: 'Ode à l’Odéon was my first painting after New Babylon. In 1968 there was the student uprising in Paris, where the Odéon theater was occupied. I was in Paris then, by chance on the Rue de l’Odéon. I saw it all from close by.'
Ref: 'Constant' by Linda Boersma, BOMB 91/Spring 2005/ART

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