A painting by Dutch artist Niels Schouten called Westerschelde, 2010, named after the Dutch estuary in the south of the Netherlands. The size is 110 x 90 cm. The technique is acrylic on canvas.
“A wide landscape with a lot of space evokes a strong desire for freedom”
To paint Niels mostly uses a putty knife and a palette knife. Sometimes he adds a few transparent layers of paint, to make the colours deeper.
My paintings can be described as abstract landscapes. I always start with a preconceived plan but go to work intuitively. Action and reaction. There always coincidences happening while you work and it influences the painting. Read more about Niels Schouten in our Meet the artist section: dutch-accent.nl/niels-schouten.
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