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 Jean Vanden Eeckhoudt  (1875 - 1946)

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Lived/Active: Belgium      Known for: modernist landscape, townscape, still life and portrait painting

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John Vanden Eeckhoudt is a Belgian painter, born in Brussels in 1875 and died in 1946.  He was a nephew of Isidore Verheyden and a member of the XX group, avant-garde Brussels painters. through whom he discovered the artistic life of the late nineteenth century and where he met Theo van Rysselberghe, the main representative of pointillism in Belgium.

On the death of van Rysselberghethe, he finished his frescoes in the castle Morlanwelz. Also, he began exhibiting with leading Belgian painters such as Emile Claus, James Ensor and Fernand Khnopff.  In 1905, he entered work in the "National Exhibition of Fine Arts" in Ostend.

Thereafter, he visited Henri Matisse, André Gide and Dorothy Bussy and lived in the south of France. His style evolved from Post-Impressionism to Fauvism before returning to more realistic.

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"John Vanden Eeckhoudt", Wikipedia translation, fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean_Vanden_Eeckhoudt (Accessed 03/02/2013)

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