Friso Ten Holt Exhibition Catalogue.1962
Friso Ten Holt (1921-1997) grew up in the ‘artist village’ of Bergen, province of Noord-Holland.
His body of work includes oil paintings, drawings, etchings and water colours, all remarkable for their clarity and use of colour.
He also designed monumental stained glass windows and tapestries.
Ten Holt taught at various art schools.
He experienced his heyday in terms of sales and international acclaim during the 1960s.
The left-leaning British art critic John Berger introduced the artist to the British public through a series of articles and a TV interview on Monitor, which precipitated a rush on his work at his 1962 London show at the New London Gallery.
This is the Rare February 1962 catalogue from this show, at the New London Gallery Old Bond Street London.
Four photographs of his paintings, plus a photo of the artist.
Very good vintage condition.
Tri – fold card.
From smoke free home.
23cm x 22cm.