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Marten van Holten, painter at zet gallery

Marten van Holten

Winschoten, Netherlands

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Born 1958 in Amsterdam.
Marten lives in Winschoten in the very north-east of The Netherlands. (You can call it "the flattest part of the country”)
After several years of beeing a musician and working with conceptual projects Marten started painting.
Living in "the flattes...

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Artworks (15)
Arrival at Sunset, original Minimalist Acrylic Painting by Marten van Holten
Arrival at Sunset, 2021
Let's see what's over there, original Minimalist Acrylic Painting by Marten van Holten
Let's see what's over there, 2021
First walk in spring, original Minimalist Acrylic Painting by Marten van Holten
First walk in spring, 2021
Hammer and sickle, original Minimalist Acrylic Painting by Marten van Holten
Hammer and sickle, 2021
And then there's silence, original Minimalist Acrylic Painting by Marten van Holten
And then there's silence, 2021
The Art of Paddling, original Minimalist Acrylic Painting by Marten van Holten
The Art of Paddling, 2021
The Sound of Seagulls, original Minimalist Acrylic Painting by Marten van Holten
The Sound of Seagulls, 2021
Call of the Running Tide, original Minimalist Acrylic Painting by Marten van Holten
Call of the Running Tide, 2021
Perfect footprints #2, original Minimalist Acrylic Painting by Marten van Holten
Perfect footprints #2, 2021
First day of vacation, original Minimalist Acrylic Painting by Marten van Holten
First day of vacation, 2020
The smell of low tide, original Minimalist Acrylic Painting by Marten van Holten
The smell of low tide, 2020
Hornhuizen, original Minimalist Acrylic Painting by Marten van Holten
Hornhuizen, 2020
Green paradise, original Minimalist Acrylic Painting by Marten van Holten
Green paradise, 2020
Somewhere at the Dollard #1, original Minimalist Acrylic Painting by Marten van Holten
Somewhere at the Dollard #1, 2020
Somewhere at the Dollard #2, original Minimalist Acrylic Painting by Marten van Holten
Somewhere at the Dollard #2, 2020