Nicolaas (Nico) Eekman
(1889 - 1973)
Nicolaas (Nico) Eekman was active/lived in Europe, Belgium, France. Nicolaas Eekman is known for expressionist painting, architecture.
Biography Nicolaas (Nico) Eekman
Nicolas Mathieu Eekman known as Nico Eekman, Nic Eekman and Ekma, was a Belgian figurative painter of Flemish descent.
He illustrated many books, notably The Destinies by Alfred de Vigny (1933), Beer-Drinker's Tales by Charles Deulin (1945), Tyl Ulenspiegel by Charles de Coster (1946) and Culotte the Donkey by Henri Bosco (1950). He is also notable for his drawings, watercolours and engravings.
Eekman was born in Brussels in the house where Victor Hugo wrote Les Misérables.
At 18, Eekman gave his first lecture in Brussels titled "The Unknown Van Gogh" who in 1907 was an unacknowledged artist by the general public. In 1912, he went to see the first Van Gogh exhibition in Cologne, German
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