Kunstaankopen, kunstbehoud, monografieën, exposities
Frans & Kapma Foundation
It is in good company, because except Hynckes's work you can see, for example, paintings made by G.H. Breitner, A. P. Schotel, J.C.B. Sluijters and W. B. Tholen. Other loaners include the Stedelijk Museum (Amsterdam), the Singer Museum (Laren), the Zuiderzeemuseum (Enkhuizen), Museum van Bommel van Dam (Venlo), and the Noordbrabants Museum (Den Bosch). Also, work is loaned from the art dealers Simonis en Buunk (Ede) and E.J. van Wisselingh & Co (Haarlem) and from the Collection Nagelhout (Holten) and Art Hotel Spaander (Volendam).

Many of the early paintings of Raoul Hynckes (circa 1910 to 1930) are harbor scenes along the Belgian and Dutch coast and the IJsselmeer, completed with his first still lifes inspired by cubism. Later his style changed into magical realism, whereby the theme of death and impermanence with skulls, dead hares, flowers and fruits refers to still lifes of the 17th century.
The exhibition in the historic villa, where the painting GP and art collector Hendrik Wiegersma lived and worked, will last until November 30, 2014.

Also view: www.dewieger.nl