Octaaf Schoemans: 'Floral still life with oranges' - Oil on panel - Belgium - 1970-1979
Refined floral still life with oranges by the Belgian painter Octaaf Schoemans (1939), professionally framed, oil on panel and signed by the master at the bottom right.
Painter Octaaf Schoemans was born in Tessenderlo on May 30, 1939 and currently lives in Beverlo. At the beginning of his painting career, the self-taught Schoemans learned to paint by copying great masters such as Opsomer and Rubens. Then he met Brother Max and Staf Beerten. It was also the latter who took him to the drawing academy in the Beringen-Mijn casino from 1963 onwards. Here he was taught by, among others, Vic Brams and also by Staf Beerten. He also regularly visited Brother Max's studio. In 1968 he received further training at the Overpelt Academy under the supervision of Staf Beerten. Schoemans prefers painting with oil paint, especially landscapes, still lifes and characters. Since 1962 he has been a member of the Art Circle in Tessenderlo. From the 1970s onwards he regularly exhibited, either individually in Beringen, Beverlo, Kwaadmechelen, Beerse, Geel, Zoutleeuw, but also at group exhibitions organized by the Art Circle of Tessenderlo and Neerpelt.
Status report: In perfect condition
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