Edo Kaaij

During his youth Edo Kaaij (1970)  was frequently impressed by art through his grandfather, artist Cornelus Kaaij. Most of Edo's paintings are inspired by women, with thick painted abstract textures that integrate effortlessly with the figurative subject. His paintings describe the boundaries of realism where it is to the viewer to determine where it begins and ends, or at all. They show a realistic sign in an abstract whole, where the imagination of art lovers get aroused by both the design and the colors chosen.

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Salt Lake
Salt Lake
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130 x 130 cm OLIE/ACRYLVERF OP LINNEN
Another shore
Another shore
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130X130CM OLIE/ACRYLVERF OP DOEK
Hope floats
Hope floats
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120X200CM OLIE/ACRYLVERF OP DOEK
 

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