Margriet Smulders

Margriet Smulders

Margriet Smulders
Margriet Smulders is a Dutch photographer based in Nijmegen, Netherlands. Smulders received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Academy of Visual Arts, Arnhem and a Master’s in Psychology from the University of Nijmegen. Contrasting the Dutch artistic tradition of sober formalism with the luxurious splendor of the Baroque, Smulders' painterly and often almost abstract floral still lifes look for beauty in disorder. The art critic Cinqué Hicks describes Smulders' work, stating, “The picture does not reveal the world; the picture itself is the world; a self-contained system with its own physics and laws of optics.” Smulders has had multiple international solo exhibitions. Her work belongs to many international public and private collections including, The National Library of France in Paris, Van Gogh Huis in Zundert, Netherlands, Valkhof Museum in Nijmegen, Netherlands, and multiple international Dutch Embassies, as well as many others. She has had five monographs of work published and was recently commissioned to create a large three panel ceiling installation that spans 85 by 197 feet for the shopping center, Emsgalerie, in Rheine, Germany.  
Artist

Artwork

Babylon, 2006
Margriet Smulders

Babylon, 2006

cibachrome

39 x 79 in

$9,800.00

Per Carravagio, 2007
Margriet Smulders

Per Carravagio, 2007

cibachrome

50 x 40 in

$7,800.00

Electra, 2001
Margriet Smulders

Electra, 2001

cibachrome

31.50 x 63 in

$10,800.00

Since We Have Met Anew, 2007
Margriet Smulders

Since We Have Met Anew, 2007

cibachrome

42.50 x 54 in

$5,800.00

For Jan Van Huysum I, 2006
Margriet Smulders

For Jan Van Huysum I, 2006

cibachrome

20 x 28 in

$7,800.00

Three Wishes, 2008
Margriet Smulders

Three Wishes, 2008

cibachrome

38 x 50 in

$6,500.00

Lupinelure, 2004
Margriet Smulders

Lupinelure, 2004

cibachrome

49 x 62 in

$11,800.00

Velvet Veil I, 2006
Margriet Smulders

Velvet Veil I, 2006

cibachrome

21 x 27.50 in

$3,800.00

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