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Wim Ricourt

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Ik open mijn ogen ...
Flower Power
Meeting Between Turner and Monet D
Tout en larmes blanches
Promenade du matin
De schoonheid van het blauwe uur
Tombée de la nuit
Ik kijk naar boven
Balcon d'or
Le paradis du peintre

° Zelzate, BE, 1963

Education: Royal Academy of Modern Art, Ghent, BE.
Professional artist since 1986

The paintings by Wim Ricourt, mainly oil on canvas, radiate a certain energy which stems from the authentic, bold and intensive qualities of the artist’s work.  He chooses to feed his inspiration by things out of every-day life.  These subjects, close to nature, provide him with genuine and unlimited material to work with.  Landscapes, horses, cows, sunflowers  and voluptuous bouquets come to life on the canvas. Ricourt also teases with the boundaries of the viewer’s perception as he  captures a playful interaction with depth and proportion.  From a distance the image is totally clear, but one irresistibly feels drawn closer to the canvas and finds himself immersed in a massive colourfield.

2019
BILY, Brussels I Love You Art Parcours, special showcase, Absolute Art Gallery, Brussel, BE
"The Sound of Silence", Absolute Art Gallery, Brussel, BE

2018
August 2018: Solo-project, Absolute Art Gallery, Brugge, BE

2015
Rotterdam Contemporary Art Fair, Rotterdam, NL

2014
Art Up, Foire d'art contemporain de Lille, FR
Raw Art Fair, Rotterdam, NL

2013
"Le Temps Perdu", individual exhibition, Absolute Art Gallery, Knokke, BE

2012
Art Gent, art fair, BE

2011
Lineart Art Fair, Gent, BE

2010
ineart Art Fair, Gent, BE
Leonhard's Gallery, Antwerpen, BE

2009
Lineart, Flanders Expo, Gent, BE
Galerie Schortgen, Luxemburg & Esche-sur-Alzette

2008
Galerie Schriever, Köln, DE
Galerie Normandy, Honfleur, FR

2005
Artendens, Brugge, BE

2004
Galerie Artitude, Nijmegen, NL

2003
Holland Art Fair, Den Haag, NL
Art on cows Project, Brussel, BE

2001
Villa Tim Mes, Johannesburg, ZA

1997
Casino, Oostende BE

1996
Ambiente, Frankfurt, DE

1995
Casino, Oostende, BE

1993
Université Libre de Bruxelles, Brussel, BE

1992
Université Libre de Bruxelles, Brussel, BE

1986
Provinciale Prijs voor Plastische Kunsten, Sint-Pietersabdij, Gent, BE

1984
Casino, Oostende, BE

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