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Constant Nieuwenhuys-Verdwaalde haan, 1992
photo: Tom Haartsen

De verdwaalde haan

1992
16.4cm x 12.8cm
aquatint, etching
Collection Fondation Constant

Edition: 20

Constant Nieuwenhuys-De verloren zoon, 1992
photo: Tom Haartsen

De verloren zoon

1992
19.9cm x 20.8cm
aquatint
Collection Fondation Constant

Edition: 13

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Dr Jekyll and mr. Hyde, 1992
photo: Tom Haartsen

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

1992
27.2cm x 22.2cm
crayon, paper
Collection Fondation Constant, NL
Constant Nieuwenhuys-Europa, 1992
photo: Tom Haartsen

Europa

1992
130.0cm x 97.0cm
linen, oil paint
Collection Fondation Constant longterm loan to Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, NL

Depicts the myth of the Greek god Zeus, who transforms into a white bull to seduce the young Phoenician woman Europa without his wife Hera finding out. The painting is perhaps inspired by the signing of the Maastricht treatment (Treaty on the European Union) on February 7th, 1992 confirming the European Union and the Euro.

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Het paar, 1992
photo: Tom Haartsen

Het paar

1992
17.8cm x 12.8cm
aquatint, etching
Collection Fondation Constant

Edition: 10

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Ziek kind, 1992
photo: Tom Haartsen

Het zieke kind

1992
17.7cm x 12.7cm
etching
Collection Fondation Constant

Edition: 10

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Jeltsin voor de assemblee, 1992
photo: Tom Haartsen

Jeltsin voor de assemblée

1992
14.8cm x 12.6cm
aquatint, etching
Collection Fondation Constant

Edition: 20

Constant Nieuwenhuys-L'Otage, 1992
photo: Tom Haartsen

L'Otage

1992
99.0cm x 80.5cm
linen, oil paint
Private collection

Although the theme of this painting is similar to paintings by Manet (L'exécution de l'Empéreur) and Goya (The third of May 1808), Constant has changed the composition so that the audience faces the executioners.

Constant Nieuwenhuys-La belle noiseuse, 1992
photo: Tom Haartsen

La belle noiseuse

1992
81.5cm x 100.1cm
linen, oil paint
Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, NL

The title La belle noiseuse appears in a short story by Honoré de Balzac, Le Chef-d'œuvre inconnu (The unknown masterpiece) from 1831.

Constant Nieuwenhuys-La bohème, 1994
photo: Tom Haartsen

La bohème

1992
12.7cm x 17.8cm
aquatint, etching
Collection Fondation Constant

Edition: 20

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