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Constant Nieuwenhuys-8X LA GUERRE 5, 1951
photo: Tom Haartsen

8 x LA GUERRE 5

1951
40.1cm x 28.2cm
lithograph
Collection Fondation Constant

Edition: 50

Constant Nieuwenhuys-8X LA GUERRE 6, 1951
photo: Tom Haartsen

8 x LA GUERRE 6

1951
40.1cm x 27.2cm
lithograph
Collection Fondation Constant

Edition: 50

Constant Nieuwenhuys-8X LA GUERRE 7, 1951
photo: Tom Haartsen

8 x LA GUERRE 7

1951
40.0cm x 28.0cm
lithograph
Collection Fondation Constant

Edition: 50

Constant Nieuwenhuys-8X LA GUERRE 8, 1951
photo: Tom Haartsen

8 x LA GUERRE 8

1951
40.1cm x 27.8cm
lithograph
Collection Fondation Constant

Edition: 50

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Goede Morgen Haan-omslag, 1949
photo: Tom Haartsen

Goede Morgen Haan, pag 01A-omslag

1949
paper
Collection Fondation Constant

A small printed booklet with poetry by Gerrit Kouwenaar and drawings by Constant. They created it in 1949 and it was supposed to be a little joke. This is also one of the lines in the booklet: 'Everyone considers themself to be a joke. A joke is allowed' (Elk voelt zich een grapje, een grapje dat mag) The words and drawings are an expression of the playfullness of their creators where sometimes the words came first and the drawings followed as a reaction and sometimes the other way around.

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Goede Morgen Haan-colophon, 1949
photo: Tom Haartsen

Goede Morgen Haan, pag 01B-colophon

1949
ink, paper, pencil
Collection Fondation Constant

A small printed booklet with poetry by Gerrit Kouwenaar and drawings by Constant. They created it in 1949 and it was supposed to be a little joke. This is also one of the lines in the booklet: 'Everyone considers themself to be a joke. A joke is allowed' (Elk voelt zich een grapje, een grapje dat mag) The words and drawings are an expression of the playfullness of their creators where sometimes the words came first and the drawings followed as a reaction and sometimes the other way around.

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Goede Morgen Haan-titelblad, 1949
photo: Tom Haartsen

Goede Morgen Haan, pag 01C-titelblad

1949
crayon, ink, paper, pencil
Collection Fondation Constant

A small printed booklet with poetry by Gerrit Kouwenaar and drawings by Constant. They created it in 1949 and it was supposed to be a little joke. This is also one of the lines in the booklet: 'Everyone considers themself to be a joke. A joke is allowed' The words and drawings are an expression of the playfullness of their creators where sometimes the words came first and the drawings followed as a reaction and sometimes the other way around.

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Goede Morgen Haan-pag 2, 1949
photo: Tom Haartsen

Goede Morgen Haan, pag 02

1949
ink, paper, pencil
Collection Fondation Constant

A small printed booklet with poetry by Gerrit Kouwenaar and drawings by Constant. They created it in 1949 and it was supposed to be a little joke. This is also one of the lines in the booklet: 'Everyone considers themself to be a joke. A joke is allowed' (Elk voelt zich een grapje, een grapje dat mag) The words and drawings are an expression of the playfullness of their creators where sometimes the words came first and the drawings followed as a reaction and sometimes the other way around.

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Goede Morgen Haan-pag 3-4, 1949
photo: Tom Haartsen

Goede Morgen Haan, pag 03-04

1949
crayon, ink, paper, pencil
Collection Fondation Constant

A small printed booklet with poetry by Gerrit Kouwenaar and drawings by Constant. They created it in 1949 and it was supposed to be a little joke. This is also one of the lines in the booklet: 'Everyone considers themself to be a joke, A joke is allowed' The words and drawings are an expression of the playfullness of their creators where sometimes the words came first and the drawings followed as a reaction and sometimes the other way around.

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Goede Morgen Haan-pag 5-6, 1949
photo: Tom Haartsen

Goede Morgen Haan, pag 05-06

1949
crayon, ink, paper, pencil
Collection Fondation Constant

A small printed booklet with poetry by Gerrit Kouwenaar and drawings by Constant. They created it in 1949 and it was supposed to be a little joke. This is also one of the lines in the booklet: 'Everyone considers themself to be a joke. A joke is allowed' (Elk voelt zich een grapje, een grapje dat mag) The words and drawings are an expression of the playfullness of their creators where sometimes the words came first and the drawings followed as a reaction and sometimes the other way around.

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