Lot 101 - Marcelle Hanselaar - Black Path II
Etching and colour pencil on paper
Signed on Verso
This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust
Born in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, lives and works in London. She left art education and is a mainly self-taught artist both an oil painter and printmaker. Work in Public collections: British Museum Prints & Drawings, London; Victoria & Albert Museum Prints & Drawings, London; V&A National Art Library, London; Ashmolean Museum, Oxford; Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge; Clifford Chance Art Collection, London; University of Aberystwyth Print Collection, Wales; Ruth Borchard Self Portrait Collection, UK; Soho Works, London, The Ned, London; The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities, London; The Metropolitan Museum, New York, USA; Museum de Reede, Antwerp, Be; Meermanno Museum of the Book, the Hague, NL; Guandong Fine Art Museum, PR China; University of Arizona, Tucson, USA; Swarthmore College, US www.marcellehanselaar.com
1962–64 Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague, NL 2001 B-TEC Printmaking, Chelsea & Kensington College, London
Awards: Jury award Novosibirsk Print Triennial Clifford Chance Purchase Award at the International Print Biennial 2014 Statutory Awards of MTG – Krakow International Print Triennial 2012, PL; Guangdong Museum Purchase Prize, Qijiang, CN Shortlisted for the Ruth Borchard Self Portrait prize and acquired by the Ruth Borchard Self Portrait collection Birgit Skjold Prize for Pillowbook of Endless Nights, acquired by V&A National Art Library Guangdong Museum Purchase Prize, Qijiang, CN Aberystwyth, University of Wales Purchase Prize, Originals ’06, London Presse Papier Award, Biennale Internationale d’estampe Contemporaine de Trois-Rivières, Quebec,
Julian Page, London; Arundel Contemporary, Arundel; De Queeste Art, Belgium.
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork
"The Night-Wanderer expresses the longing to return to the place where I grew up, the bitter, salty wind smell of the sea, an imaginary return to the North-Sea of my childhood. This print is set in between the Lighthouse and the Kurhuis in Scheveningen, a make-believe place where I would wander in the night, looking for something, anything away from the restrictions of reality. The Kurhuis and the lighthouse are in fact not that close together, but both buildings are a signifier of place for me, the lighthouse whose light sweeps were visible through the curtains of our childhood bedroom and the Kurhuis, the ‘palace’ at the boulevard, a place of great magic, opulence, lights and music, a famous landmark."
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