Jeroen Allart is a Dutch, Rotterdam-based artist. He graduated from the Rijksakademie in 2000 and has mainly exhibited his art in the Netherlands. He is known for his flat, monochrome paintings depicting birds, cowboy portraits and landscapes with a very distinct, low horizon line.
Allart’s newest works remain faithful to his style of flat paintings. His skilful manner of dealing with paint leads to the creation of nearly hyper-realistic compositions. Looked at from a distance, they appear to be more like prints or cut-outs rather than paintings, without a single brush stroke to be found.
His work was recently shown at the S.M.A.K., Ghent. His work is also included in important collections, from Museum of Modern Art, Arnhem, Ministry of foreign affairs to different European and non-European embassies.
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