• The fantastic
  • cubism
  • A humanist’s look
  • The fantastic
  • A humanist’s look
  • The fantastic
  • A humanist’s look
  • A humanist’s look
  • The fantastic

    Poissons volants

    1968 - Huile sur panneau - 65 x 54cm

    " The fantastic, the inspiring color of false when it becomes true again... has implemented behind my back, to the point that I was early concerned about this interference... gradually I complied with the clues and I accepted them.
    Fantasy is the revelation of imagination. "

    Nicolas Eekman

  • cubism

    Le Voyageur

    1923 - huile sur panneau - 46 x 38 cm

    "Cubism made me seek the truth rather in the back of things than in their face."

    Nicolas Eekman

  • A humanist’s look

    Till l'Espiègle

    1972 - pointe sèche - 46 x 30 cm

    " I would like one before my work to feel in communion with another. "

    Nicolas Eekman

  • The fantastic

    La barque en panne

    1969 - Peinture aux encres - 57 x 42 cm

    " The fantastic, the inspiring color of false when it becomes true again... has implemented behind my back, to the point that I was early concerned about this interference... gradually I complied with the clues and I accepted them.
    Fantasy is the revelation of imagination. "

    Nicolas Eekman

  • A humanist’s look

    La lisière du bois

    1946 - Huile s/panneau - 55 x 46 cm

    " I would like one before my work to feel in communion with another. "

    Nicolas Eekman

  • The fantastic

    L'œuf brisé

    1968 - Huile s/panneau - 46 x 38 cm

    " The fantastic, the inspiring color of false when it becomes true again... has implemented behind my back, to the point that I was early concerned about this interference... gradually I complied with the clues and I accepted them.
    Fantasy is the revelation of imagination. "

    Nicolas Eekman

  • A humanist’s look

    Pêcheur à la palangrote

    1967 - Huiles/toile - 65 x 50 cm

    " I would like one before my work to feel in communion with another. "

    Nicolas Eekman

  • A humanist’s look

    Le poète aux champs

    1939 - Huile - 73 x 60 cm

    " I would like one before my work to feel in communion with another. "

    Nicolas Eekman

  • The fantastic
  • cubism
  • A humanist’s look
  • The fantastic
  • A humanist’s look
  • The fantastic
  • A humanist’s look
  • A humanist’s look
Eekman

Nicolas Eekman, figurative artist of international renown

His work develops expressionism tinged with cubism, later with phantasmagoria. His technique is similar to that of the Flemish sixteenth century: smooth and meticulous brushwork, linear and expressive exacerbation of the figure. Dutch born in Brussels where he lived before staying in Amsterdam and Nuenen (The Netherlands) to come and settle permanently in Paris in 1920.

In preparation for the catalogue raisonné of Nicolas Eekman, people in possession of one or more works are invited to contact us.