Bert Hermans


Material: Oil on canvas
Size: 120 x 80 cm

This painting shows the new Arnhem Central station. Bert visited this station in October 2022. Three people are depicted in the foreground of the painting. Two travelers who have just arrived are informed by the third person in the white cap about the history of Arnhem and the station. In the background are two people who look back on the past. Outside you can see the contours of the houses that were heavily damaged by the bombing of Arnhem and in the back left the paratroopers who fought during the battle of Arnhem.

Bert Hermans was born in Voorburg in The Netherlands. His work consists mainly of oil paintings, with his major theme being industrial and cultural heritage. Hermans has followed several courses in acrylic, water media and oil painting, starting in 1985 at the Dutch Art School SKVR in Rotterdam in The Netherlands. The last decade his work mainly is concentrated on oil paintings. Hermans has had exhibitions in eight countries in Europe, in the USA, China and Japan. He won several art prices. His works have been published in many art books and his artwork has been published and sold worldwide.

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