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2011-09-19 - 2011-12-19
On february 27th at 15:00 hr will the book presentation be opened. The newest book by watercolour art ... more
2011-02-26 - 2011-02-28
A Solo exhibition around the release of the new book. ... more
2010-11-28 - 2011-02-27

'Wild of Europe'
Omslag
The title say's it all. Renso likes to be inspired by the wildlife in Europe. This is the first of a serie books by Renso Tamse. Read more...

Price: € 29,95, order online
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This campaign is about realizing an exhibitiontour across the usa, which means that all the artwork is traveling from museum to museum and galleries. This campaigne includes making a new book: 'Wild in North America'... read more

read more |  30 March 2013  | updated on 31 March 2013
A short biography of the wildlife artist Renso Tamse
Renso considers it a challenge ''to make something captiving out of what appears uninteresting at first sight". This "wildlife artist" pays a lot of attention to accurate draughtmanship in the representation of animals. "The anatomy just has to be right. Then I think it's at least just as important that the painting has life. I try to inject soul into my work.'' That's way, after making a sketch, Renso starts with the head of an animal.

read more |  05 January 2011  | updated on 08 August 2013
Source: interview with the German magazine, Wild und Hund
Unfortunately this article is not yet translated into your language.
Op de vraag waarom hij wil schilderen zegt hij: 'Omdat ik niet anders kan'. Hiermee bedoelt hij dat er naar zijn idee geen andere manier is om zijn gevoel voor natuur en de schoonheid daarvan te uiten. Ook vind hij hierin zijn inspiratie. Hij zoekt over de hele wereld naar de mooiste plekjes, dieren en taferelen die hij in zijn schilderijen kan verwerken.

read more |  02 February 2010  | updated on 23 November 2011
A review and solo-exhibition about the work of Renso Tamse.
A review and solo-exhibition about the work of Renso Tamse. Books are here available and can be signed on the openingsday.Older and new work, from giclées and sketches, till drawings and paintings, can be seen besides each other.
A short biography of the wildlife artist Renso Tamse
Renso considers it a challenge ''to make something captiving out of what appears uninteresting at first sight". This "wildlife artist" pays a lot of attention to accurate draughtmanship in the representation of animals. "The anatomy just has to be right. Then I think it's at least just as important that the painting has life. I try to inject soul into my work.'' That's way, after making a sketch, Renso starts with the head of an animal.

read more |  05 January 2011  | updated on 08 August 2013

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