Gaston Bertrand

never-before-seen works on paper

Gaston Bertrand
never-before-seen works on paper 1947-1964  

Wolstraat 21-23 2000 Antwerp

Yoeri Vanlangendonck and Brecht Callewaert request the pleasure of your visit to the reopening of the gallery from Saturday 16 May 2020 onwards, from 1pm to 6pm.

The exhibition is open to the public every Thursday to Saturday, from 1 to 6 pm. If you want a private viewing, please email or call +32 475 92 67 24 or +32 476 44 46 11. We hope to welcome you soon!

Gaston Bertrand was one of the founders of the artists’ association Jeune Peinture Belge in 1945. This heterogeneous group wanted to promote young Belgian artists, both nationally and internationally. In contrast to earlier Belgian artists’ groups, this was the first association of artists that sought to make the artists known abroad as well. Bertrand initially worked in a figurative style. Later, Gaston Bertrand painted abstract with figurative elements. Nature and his familiar environment were his most important sources of inspiration. In addition, works were created with topics such as the Paris metro, Italian architecture and landscapes from the Provence. Gaston Bertrand regularly worked in series. Bertrand died in 1994 in Brussels.

Artists: Gaston Bertrand