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Constant Nieuwenhuys-Marokkaanse vrouw, 1981
photo: Tom Haartsen

Marokkaanse vrouw

1981
59.5cm x 44.7cm
crayon, gouache, paper, watercolor
Collection Frans Hals Museum | De Hallen Haarlem, NL
Constant Nieuwenhuys-Jacob van Domselaer, ca 1981
photo: Tom Haartsen

ZT/Jaap van Domselaer

1981
50.0cm x 35.0cm
paper, watercolor
Collection Fondation Constant, NL

Circa 1981.
Jaap van Domselaer was a poet and the brother of his first wife Matie. He lived with the couple in their apartment in Amsterdam during the second World War. Jaap was shot dead by the Germans when he tried to escape the occupied territory crossing the rivers to the liberated south of Holland. Jaap introduced Constant to many of the philosophers that would proof influential in Constant's visions.

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Barricade III, 1980
photo: Tom Haartsen

Barricade [III]

1980
62.5cm x 67.5cm
charcoal, paper, watercolor
Private collection
Constant Nieuwenhuys-Bohémien, circa 1978
photo: Tom Haartsen

Bohémien

1980
49.0cm x 33.5cm
paper, watercolor
Collection Fondation Constant, NL

Circa 1978

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Chien Abandoné, circa 1980
photo: Tom Haartsen

Chien abandonné

1980
41.7cm x 56.6cm
paper, watercolor
Collection Fondation Constant, NL

Circa 1980

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Dichter und Bauer, ca 1980
photo: Tom Haartsen

Dichter und Bauer

1980
paper, watercolor
Private collection, NL

Circa 1980

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Heroïnehoertje, 1980
photo: Tom Haartsen

Heroïnehoertje

1980
42.0cm x 52.5cm
paper, watercolor
Collection unknown
Constant Nieuwenhuys-Homère, ca 1980
photo: Tom Haartsen

Homère

1980
59.5cm x 45.0cm
paper, watercolor
Private collection, NL

Circa 1980

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Landschap, ca 1980
photo: Tom Haartsen

Landschap

1980
23.5cm x 31.8cm
crayon, paper, watercolor
Private collection, NL

Circa 1980
The image size as drawn by Constant: 21 x 29,4 cm

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Lautréamont, ca 1980
photo: Tom Haartsen

Lautréamont

1980
50.0cm x 35.7cm
watercolor
Collection Fondation Constant, NL

Circa 1980
Comte de Lautréamont is pseudonym for Isidore Lucien Ducasse (Montevideo, Urugay), 04 April 1846 to 24 November 1870. He was a French author and poet and an important forerunner of Surrealism. In 1868 he wrote Les Chants de Maldoror (a poetic novel).

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