Thursday, October 14, 2010

Jan Frans DeBoever

Jan Frans De Boever (Ghent, Belgium, June 8, 1872 - May 23, 1949)


"Suddenly in about 1909 he modified his style radically, painting licentious women and prostitutes in morbid and bizarre settings. Skeletons, death and eroticism began to dominate his paintings. Semi-clothed women were depicted as servants of the devil, creating an atmosphere of evil. Man is shown as woman's toy, a languid object submitting himself to her slightest caprice."






4 comments:

Mrs. Katie said...

I love these.

Lazarus Lupin said...

Wonderful stuff, though I suspect anytime a someone starts drawing women as evil succubi who toy with men we are seeing the work of someone who was dumped.

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kitty valentine said...

these are delightful!
kitty
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tihere said...

The paintings by Jan Frans DeBoever Illustrated above are available from the collection of Trigg Ison Fine Art, West Hollywood, California.
Here is the link to the complete collection:

http://triggison.com/DEB/deboever.html

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