26 September 2006
Pierre Guillaume (Dutch, b. 1954)
Pantai Sindu, Bali
signed 'Pierre Guillaume' (lower right), and signed again and inscribed 'Sanur/Denpassar/Bali/2005' (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
90 x 100.cm.
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J. Ubbens a.o., Pierre Guillaume. Bali Beaches, Haarlem 2006, (illustrated on the back cover)
Jakarta, Duta Fine Arts Foundation, 9 February-9 March 2006
Pierre Guillaume (a pseudonym for Peter Willemse) born in Leiden 1954, is a self taught artist. In 2003 following a stay in Bali he decides to devote himself to painting beaches. Pantai Sindhu, Sanur was executed on his second trip to Bali in 2005.
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