The Sculptor as Craftsman. The Work of Rik Poot
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The Sculptor as Craftsman. The Work of Rik Poot

(Ludo Bekkers) The Low Countries - 1998, № 6, pp. 226-231

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Rik Poot is a hardworking and skilful artist, a true craftsman who never allowed himself to be influenced by trends, fashions or schools. He has had no part in the peripheral phenomena of the art world, nor has he tried to find favour with gallery owners or art critics. Poot followed his instinct in opting for nature and everything associated with it, and he chooses animals and their behaviour as his subjects rather than the compromise behaviour of the average human being.

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