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Hans Jochem Bakker

1948
Belecke, Warstein, Germany

25 Works exhibited on Kooness

Current location

Holland

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Works by Hans Jochem Bakker

Desire

2021

120 x 100cm

895,00 €

Lady

2021

120 x 120cm

1450,00 €

Sleep Like a Bunny

2021

120 x 100cm

895,00 €

Sweet Serenity

2021

120 x 100cm

925,00 €

FW

2021

110 x 110cm

3450,00 €

Leather Diabond Two Ladies

2021

120 x 80cm

995,00 €

For My Love 2

2021

120 x 100cm

995,00 €

My Sweet Thoughts

2021

120 x 100cm

895,00 €

Forever Yours

2021

120 x 100cm

895,00 €

The Love of My Life

2021

120 x 100cm

895,00 €

Far & Close

2021

130 x 120cm

2950,00 €

Hold Me Tight

2021

120 x 100cm

895,00 €

My Innocent Love

2021

120 x 100cm

995,00 €

Thoughts of You

2021

120 x 100cm

895,00 €

Asian Butterfly 2

2021

120 x 100cm

895,00 €

I see you white

2021

120 x 100cm

895,00 €

White Butterfly

2021

120 x 100cm

895,00 €

My Eyes Blue

2021

120 x 100cm

895,00 €

Asian Butterfly

2021

120 x 100cm

895,00 €

Colored Face and Butterfly

2021

120 x 100cm

895,00 €

Meeting 5th Avenue

2021

120 x 120cm

1195,00 €

Face

2021

100 x 100cm

895,00 €

For My Love

2021

120 x 100cm

895,00 €

Seductive Stare

2021

120 x 110cm

1075,00 €

Elegance

2021

140 x 100cm

3250,00 €

Hans Jochem Bakker (1948) is a self-taught artist from an old artist family. Inspired by artists such as Salvador Dalí, Miró and Picasso, he has incorporated parts of their southern temperament into his themes, such as a special interest in birds, horses and women.

His theme is not predetermined, it only arises, so to speak, when the brush touches the still blank canvas for the first time. As spontaneous as possible, honest, straight from the passionate artist heart. A finished story doesn’t even exist. Everything is in motion, and that is also the main reason to keep painting.

In addition to the greater freedom and with it the possibility to react immediately, to respond to what arises under the hand, there is also room to pay attention to the composition, structure and material. This completes the painting act and the painting becomes a unity of form, color and movement.