Gustave Van De Woestijne
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Gustave Van De Woestijne

Laatste Avondmaal, Gustave van de Woestyne, 1927, Groeningemuseum, 0040054000.
Boerin, ca. 1925, from The Phoebus Foundation collection.

Gustave Van de Woestijne (Dutch: [v?n d? ?u'st?in?]; 2 August 1881 – 21 April 1947) was a Belgian expressionist painter.

He belonged to the so-called "First Group of Latem", a group of artists who worked in the rural village of Sint-Martens-Latem on the banks of the Lys, near Ghent. He was the brother of the Flemish poet Karel Van de Woestijne. He was buried in the Cemetery of Campo Santo.

Honours

Works by him in the Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Antwerp

References

  1. ^ Royal Decree of H.M. King Albert I on 14 November 1919



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