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26 September 2017 

The Titillating Universe of the Dutch Impressionist Painter Harry Maas

Although the Dutch impressionist painter Harry Maas (1906-1982) is an established artist in the Netherlands he is rather unknown in the rest of the world. This is a pity because his work has a unique artistic voice.

Detailed Nudes

Maas worked in a slightly French-oriented, impressionistic manner. His fluid touch and cheerful use of vivid colors display the joy of painting. The female, half-dressed or pungently nude, is a red thread in his work. The many, intricately detailed nudes depicted in oil, watercolor, black or red chalk and quick sketches have given Harry Maas his fame. At that time this subject matter it was seen as risky but today these paintings give a nice representation of that time.

Below you can find two nice examples of his titillating art…

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Two adolescent girls in a forest’ (1981) Oil on canvas. Size: 23 2/3” x 15 3/4” inches (Euro 2250,-)

Intimacies

A delightfully piquant painting with the encounter between two school girls exchanging intimacies. A striking and recognizable scene.

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Girl in front of the mirror‘ (1981) Oil on canvas. Size: 27 1/2” x 19 2/3” inches (Euro 2950,-)

Fortuitously

A delightful painting of a frivolous young woman studying herself in the mirror. This was a beloved and recurring theme within the work of Maas. The statue of the cat standing on the jewelry box is not put there fortuitously since the artist was an avid cat lover.

Click HERE for an extensive biography and more piquant pieces by this Dutch Impressionist Painter!

Another beloved subject of the artist was the nightlife:

Dutch Impressionist painter

Dutch Impressionist painter

Dutch Impressionist painter

About the author
Marijn is the founder of shungagallery.com. With more then 20 years of experience within the sensual and erotic art of shunga he is an authority in the genre. During this time he served many customers with complementing their art collection.
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