Monstrum Ingenium Painting by Marianne Hendriks

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Painting: Oil on Wood.

Oil on cradled birch wood
Collection: Botanicus
Nr: 878010
28x35cm 11x14’’

Marianne Hendriks shares her wonderment of nature in a painting practice highly informed by her background in architecture and design. With each distillation of a leaf into a simple abstraction, Marianne attempts to make sense of the world by categorically manipulating geometry and form. Her oil paintings possess a rhythmic quality, created by the repetition of pattern and texture, and seek out balance between realism and highly stylized expression.

Marianne returned to the Netherlands after graduating with a BA in Architecture & Spatial Design with Honors at Central St. Martins, England. Her works have been exhibited in Amsterdam, New York, London, and Italy, including The Other Art Fair London and Brooklyn. Marianne's paintings have been featured in various publications, including Vogue Living NL, and her work was selected for special projects with Sheraton and Eden Roc Hotel.


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Monstrum Ingenium

Marianne Hendriks

Netherlands

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Size: 11.8 W x 14.6 H x 1 in

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