Hazy Memories. Notes on the Work of Bert de Beul
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Hazy Memories. Notes on the Work of Bert de Beul

(Eric Bracke) The Low Countries - 2005, № 13, pp. 144-148

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Bert de Beul's intimate paintings are a nostalgic evocation of memories and associations from his past. The viewer should not look for an underlying message or contentious cultural symbols. In his paintings De Beul goes in search of intangible emotions and experiences from his youth and gropes falteringly for what is gone. With his typically smooth way of he stubbornly continues sneaking up on the meaning of life via the mystery of the everyday in his paintings.

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