Today I want to introduce you, my friends, to an artist from Belgium.
Hilaire Bals was born in 1940. He began his creative career as a student at the Academy of Sint-Niklaas near the city of Ghent, Belgium.
After training, he took up still life, animals, birds and paintings with symbolism.
In the H. Bals' works, still lifes are the most popular. They often contain references to classical antiquity.
H. Bals sometimes places his still life on an imaginary background, creating an atmosphere, sometimes he paints brightly colored fruit, flowers.
The artist seeks not only to obtain a photographic reproduction using paints. He likes to put 17th century glass next to weathered bricks. On other occasions, he places Chinese pottery on a rough Flemish table. Composition, light, color and rhythm are important in Hilaire Bals' painting.
Boa tarde minha querida amiga. As pinturas são maravilhosas. Parabéns.ReplyDelete
Thank you Luiz.Delete
Thank you Agnieszka.Delete
Love the bird paintings.ReplyDelete
So do I Sue. They are pretty.Delete
Надежда, интересный художник. Мне очень нравятся изображения птиц и зверей, сельские пейзажи.ReplyDelete
Необычные картины, согласна Надежда.Delete
Мне тоже нравятся такие натюрморты.
Eläinaiheiset maalaukset puhuttelevat minua suuresti.ReplyDelete
Animals and birds seem really alive to me too.Delete
How awesome ART!ReplyDelete
Yes it is Anne.Delete
Very beautiful art, Nadezda. They are painted so lovely.ReplyDelete
Take care, hugs!
I do love Bals' paintings as well, Marit.Delete
Son todos preciosos, los de las gallinas me encantan. Besos.ReplyDelete
Las gallinas son bonitas, viven su vida.Delete
Thank you for sharing all of these lovely art pieces.ReplyDelete
It is very hard to choose a favourite, they all look very nice.
All the best Jan
Thank you Jan, hugs!Delete
Great images. I am enchanted by the paintings of Hilaire Bals.
Hugs and greetings.
Lucja, I liked Bals' painting as well,Delete
all the best!
Здравствуйте, Надежда. Я бы сказала, картины- обманки- настолько всё реалистично- протяни руку и потрогай.ReplyDelete
Очень реалистичны, вы правы, Елена. Этот художник известен своим изображением животных и птиц, они выглядят как на фотографии.Delete
All paintings by this artist are beautiful! I really like natural motifs!ReplyDelete
Happy Sunday !
So do I Ela.Delete
Hugs and take care!
Beautiful paintings, I didn't know the painter thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Have a nice Sunday
Take care and be well
You're welcome, Maria.Delete
Have a nice week, take care.
Me ha encantado ver esta exposición tranquila en casa. Preciosos todos.Gracias por compartirla amiga. Gracioso el mono cuidando las gallinas.ReplyDelete
Las vacunas dicen que empezaran por enero, ya veremos porque al gobierno que tenemos cada día se le cee menos
Que tengas buena noche Nadezda. Y cuídate.
Laura, me alegro que te hayan gustado las pinturas.Delete
Espero que los españoles puedan vacunarse en enero, será genial.
Cuidate a ti y Paco.
I like the paintings you presented especially the paintings with birds. I loved the one with the green enamel mug.ReplyDelete
The nature in these pictures is so idyllic.
Best wishes. Stay healthy!
Oh, this rusty mug is something, Anita.Delete
Hugs and take care.
perfect paintings.... look like original.ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful day
Glad you liked the paintings, Tanza.Delete
Happy week, hugs.
These paintings are lovely. I like the simplicity and softness of each one.ReplyDelete
I agree Lee.Delete
Have a nice day,
Each one is heart-warming. I like the first.ReplyDelete
You're right, roughterrain crane.Delete
Wonderful paintings, Nadezda, specially like the paintings with birds.ReplyDelete
Have a nice week!
They are nice, I agree Tania.Delete
All the best.
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