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Bert Holländer

Bert Holländer was born in the Flemish region of Belgium. She qualified as a teacher at the Ecole Normale pour Instituteurs de Bruxelles and in Fine Arts at the Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts d’Anvers, where she specialised in Painting, Drawing and Ceramics.

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Bert then worked as an artist and teacher in Belgium, before moving to Sâo Paulo, Brazil in the early Sixties. There she continued to develop her art, teach and exhibit, working mainly in ceramics. In 1964 she moved to the Côte d’Azur in France, where she still lives, combining work in her studio in Le Cannet with teaching at the Beaux Arts in Cannes.

Bert Hollander BibliothequeFAP5_wmWLater studies, focused on engraving and etching:

1980 – 82: Art Déco – Gravure de Nice (France)
1986: Gravure Iwan Verhulst (Belgium)
1991: Centre International de Recherche Graphique de Calella Barcelone (Spain)
1992: Beaux Arts U.P.1. de Paris (France)
Martin Ware, Hastings – Etching Workshop (England)

BertHollanderMereEtFilsFAP7_wmExhibitions and Projects:

1958 – Zoo d’Anvers
1959 – Château de Schoten, Anvers
1961 – Salearte, Sâo Paulo
1962 – Salearte, Sâo Paulo
1963 – Salon d’Art Moderne, Sâo Paulo
1976 – Book Illustrations
1980 – Abbaye de Postel, Mol
1984 – UAP, Le Cannet
1992 – Salle Victor Raymond, Cannes
Printemps des Arts, Cannes, awarded Silver Medal (etchings)
BertHollanderTennisFAP_wm1994 – Salle Saint Esprit, Valbonne
1996 – Direct Art, Nice
Salle Saint Esprit, Valbonne
1998 – Atelier 49, Vallauris
2000 – Atelier 49, Vallauris
2001 – Galerie Art 7, Nice
Atelier 49, Vallauris
2002 – Panier Fleuri, Cap Ferrat
BertHollanderEcrireFAP2_wmPapiers Collés, Draguignan
2006 – Atelier Saint Sauveur, Le Cannet
2007 – Festival du Livre, Mouans Sartoux
2008 – Festival du Livre, Mouans Sartoux
Chapelle des Pénitents, Callian
2011 – l’Atelier , Le Cannet
2013 – Atelier 49, Vallauris
2014 – expo collective, salle Philipe Gourdon, Le Cannet
2015 – Maison des Associations, Le Cannet

BertHollanderAraigneeFAP4_wmBert continues to explore new engraving and etching techniques, with a recent focus on acid-free methods including the carborandum process, and exhibits regularly both in her studio and further afield.

A selection of Bert’s original works, reproduced as high quality Giclée prints can be viewed in the shop. Some are also available as cards.

Bert Hollander PetitDejbrun s_wmWe have a number of framed exhibition-ready originals available for sale and/or for exhibition. Please contact us for details.

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