Graphic art

Graphic art

The first graphic works are collected by TU/e in the mid 1960s. Together, they give a fine overview of the development of this type of art in the Netherlands. Pieces by both Dutch and Belgian artists are acquired.

Also, the TU/e collection represents all styles: realistic, figurative, abstract, critical, analytical or poetic, both with and without text. Graphic art uses many different techniques, and these too may all be found at TU/e: wood print, screen print, etchings, lithography, but also combinations of these.

Among the artists whose work was collected are Armando, Jan Cremer, Hans Wap, Bert Loerakker, Lucebert, Jacomijn den Engelsen, Rob Voerman, Roger Raveel, Angelique and Wesemael en Koen Vermeule.

The photographs on this page depict works that were made fully by hand. For a more extensive overview go to this list.