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Head and shoulders of bronze cast human sculpture, grey cover, Hanneke Beaumont in white font below

Hanneke Beaumont


By (author) Joseph A. Becherer


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  • A beautifully photographed book, the first to detail the 35-year career of Dutch sculptor Hanneke Beaumont
  • Includes an in-depth interview with the artist that illuminates her path to figurative sculpture and the sources of her inspiration
Full Description

Hanneke Beaumont is known for her life-size sculptures of human figures in public spaces, which are to be found everywhere – from Brussels to Connecticut. For 35 years, she has been a key part of the international art scene with works in the collections of, among others, the Copelouzos Family Art Museum in Athens, the Baker Museum in Florida and the Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park in Michigan. The latter two also organised a highly-successful solo exposition of her work.

About the Author

Joseph Antenucci Becherer is the founding Director and Curator of the Sculpture Program at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He currently serves as Chief Curator and Vice President of Sculpture and Horticulture, Collections and Exhibitions.

Lannoo Publishers
13th Nov 2018
World excluding Belgium, The Netherlands, France, Switzerland & Scandinavia
320 mm x 245 mm
272 Pages
180 color, 60 b&w
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