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Kooness

Peter van den Borne

1949
Netherlands

18 Works exhibited on Kooness

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Works by Peter van den Borne

Van Houten tin of chocolates

2000

65 x 65 x 3cm

1900,00 €

Dalai Lama

2010

75 x 75 x 2cm

2800,00 €

Guardian angel

2000

75 x 75 x 2cm

2800,00 €

Flamingos

2000

89 x 69 x 4cm

3525,00 €

Bonbondoosje

2000

68 x 58 x 2cm

1700,00 €

Saving for the future

2010

79 x 49 x 3cm

1600,00 €

Warmer with ham and eggs

2000

78 x 78 x 3cm

3150,00 €

The clown

2007

66 x 66 x 5cm

3150,00 €

violet

2000

27 x 77 x 6cm

1550,00 €

Shells on canvas

2000

26 x 60 x 6cm

1400,00 €

Shells on canvas

2000

26 x 60 x 6cm

1400,00 €

The woman and the horse

2000

30 x 25 x 6cm

750,00 €

I do not play

2000

26 x 26 x 6cm

650,00 €

love Letter

2000

30 x 27 x 6cm

SOLD

Bowl with eggs on red cloth

2000

59 x 113 x 4cm

3800,00 €

egg Dwarskan

2000

94 x 68 x 5cm

3150,00 €

Peter van den Borne has been painting and drawing since he was ten. He took his first steps in the painter's craft with his own interpretation of the Night Watch. There are now many realistic works of his hand, including still lifes and paintings after models.
Contemporary Realism in particular is a movement in which Peter wants to conquer his own place. In 1983, Peter decides to enroll at "DACA" the Drenthe academy for painting. where he was taught by Vrielink, Jacobi and Dillen. In 1985 Peter Dillen started his own business, and Peter followed him because his way of teaching was particularly appealing. At the end of 1986 they parted ways and Peter specialized in the alchemical side of the painter's craft. Former paint manufacturer Johan Stahlecker guides him and teaches him the tricks of the trade around preparing surfaces, mediums, paint and impasto. Armed with this knowledge, and with an eye for all movements and forms of contemporary art, Peter continues his artist path. In addition to painting, Peter has a great interest in the awareness process that takes shape in his life and work in a creative way.
Only since 2003 Van den Borne has been engaged fulltime working in painting. He has his own painting school in which he part-time teaches contemporary realism and uses the rest of the time making free work. The basis for his work is the universal idea that everything comes from the need to be connected. His works don't scream out but touches you by the peace and tranquility.

The artist's artworks are highly collected.