Albert Servaes (Belgian, 1883-1966), Paysage d’hiver(landscape in winter), 1925.
Oil on canvas, 65 x 82 cm.
Albert Servaes (4 April 1883 – 19 April 1966) was a Belgian expressionist painter. He was part of the first Latem school of painting which focused on Mystical Realism, but became a founder of Belgian expressionism later in life. He became known for his religious works, typically showing the suffering of Jesus Christ, which stirred controversy in the Roman Catholic Church. He also gained fame for his expressionist landscapes.
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