Henk Helmantel: A life as a painter and collector

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This beautiful collection book provides an overview of the fruitful career of Dutch painter Henk Helmantel. A trilingual book in Dutch, English and German, it features over 190 full colour reproductions of his works.

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Back cover

In 2015, Henk Helmantel celebrated his seventieth birthday. The first edition of this book was planned for the same year, with the working title: Helmantel 70.

That was almost five years ago, and the first edition has sold out. We have decided to reprint the book with a number of small alterations and improvements. About twenty paintings have been replaced due to considerations of taste and in order to add more recent work to this gallery of honour. Or to put it another way: This is Helmantel 70+.

Henk Helmantel (1945) was born in Westeremden. This son of a market gardener, who stared open-mouthed at the remarkable paintings by Rembrandt when he visited a museum for the first time, knew one thing for sure. He would become a painter. He attended the art academy in Groningen and diligently set himself to work in his studio, day after day. Helmantel became one of the greatest painters in the country.

The lion’s share of this book is made up of more than 190 paintings by Henk Helmantel. In addition, we take a look at his famous home and workplace: Museum Helmantel, as well as the collections that it houses. A unique insight into a life of art, wonder, construction, painting and collecting.

This trilingual book is written in Dutch, English and German.

Binding method

Hardcover

Author(s)

Bob van den Boogert, Diederik Kraaijpoel, Eric Bos, Henk Helmantel, Justin E.A. Kroesen, Marike Meijer, Rob Mohlmann

Illustrator

Henk Helmantel

ISBN

9789492629166

Language

Dutch, English, German

Pages

300

Publication date

May 2020

Size

31.8×29.7×3.5 cm

Publisher

Art Revisited

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