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Disturbance in the Gallery - The Painting of Rudolf Boelee Part 3

Disturbance in the Gallery - The Painting of Rudolf Boelee Part 3 Rudolf Boelee’s "Whaddarya?" (the title taken from the Greg McGee’s seminal 1981 play Foreskin’s Lament) is a series of prints celebrating that glorious age of rugby when All Blacks played for pride, glory, and camaraderie, and counterpoints it with the modern equivalents that don’t quite fit the spokes model or biological tank moulds. They were roughest of gentlemen, or the most genteel of ruffians. At Eden Park in 1956…

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Rudolf Boelee - Blijdorp

Rudolf Boelee - Blijdorp The title refers to a suburb of Rotterdam, the Netherlands, where I and most of my family and friends grew up.

RUDOLF BOELEE STRATUM

RUDOLF BOELEE STRATUM STRATUM NEW WORKS BY RUDOLF BOELEE PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS, PHOTOGRAPHS

RUDOLF BOELEE STRATUM 2

RUDOLF BOELEE STRATUM 2 STRATUM 2 NEW WORKS BY RUDOLF BOELEE 12 DRAWINGS ; CHARCOAL & CHARCOAL AND PASTEL ON PAPERBOARD 9 PHOTO COLLAGES

Disturbance in the Gallery - The Painting of Rudolf Boelee - Part 2

Disturbance in the Gallery - The Painting of Rudolf Boelee - Part 2 “Dutch people have never been known to be difficult, even though they are the largest minority group. I certainly hope that these three shows will act as focus for the wider Dutch community and the community at large as well. I have the distinct feeling that being known as just good workers is a bit demeaning. “For me and many of the artists involved in this exhibition, there is this permanent position as ‘outsider’. This…

Disturbance in the Gallery - The Painting of Rudolf Boelee -Part 1

Disturbance in the Gallery - The Painting of Rudolf Boelee -Part 1 At age 29 (1969) I started to paint seriously. The progress was rather rapid and by 1972 I was ready to have my first solo exhibition with the Society of Arts at the Rotorua Museum.