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Frits Goosen

Frits J. Goosen (13 December 1943, Hilversum, Holland) is currently one of the leading impressionist painters. From an early age he sketched and painted and was often able to look around the studio of Stephen Kip, a painter who lived nearby. Due to the financial situation he was unable to pursue an artistic education. Following school he did his military service as a signaller in the navy.

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Hermien Buytendijk

Hermien Buytendijk was born in Groningen in 1948. She spent the bigger part of her youth in Heerlen. Her study of clinical psychology was briefly interrupted by drawing and painting lessons she got from the artist Harry Koolen (1904-1985). After successfully completing her studies she took etching lessons at the Vrije Academie of The Hague from 1975-1979. She got her first baking oven for making ceramic art in 1988. Soon this hobby turned into her daily work.

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Tineke Bot

Tineke Bot was born in Hilversum in 1945. She got lessons in drawing and painting from the artist Bob ten Hoope. Another artist Mari Andriessen helped her with her first steps at learning sculpting. Tineke Bot is primarily known for making sculptures but she also does graphic art, watercolors and paintings.
Her first major exhibition was in Laren (NH) in 1974, since then her work has been shown in Amsterdam, The Hague and Den Bosch. Soon exhibitions abroad followed, among them shows in Paris, Lyons, Grenoble, Albertville, Athens and Basel.

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