“While visiting a small museum in Weesp I discovered a collection of 18th handmade porcelain. I pressed my nose against the show cases to have a closer look at the meticulously painted details on the porcelain. I could see tulips, pansies, primroses, roses, cornflowers, daffodils and many other varieties. As I studied them I noticed no two flowers were the same”. This bouquet of flowers is inspired by paintings on 18th century Dutch porcelain. In 2017 the bouquet was in Venice at the Homo Faber exhibition of the Michelangelo Foundation.
Flowers for weesp
Commissioned by: Paleis Het Loo
Sizes: length x depth x hight: 1200 x 600 x 340 cm
Materials: steel, truck tarp, wool, left over wallpaper of Paleis het Loo, silk, textile
|Size||275 x 150 x 150 cm|
|Material||Steel, pvs, velvet and wool|
|Status||Available in the shop|