Eppe de Haan is a Dutch painter, draftsman and sculptor who was born in Arnhem, Holland in 1949. These are just labels that are used in an attempt to define the artist. For the artist, a brush, a pencil or a chisel are just tools to achieve a goal, because during the authentic artistic process the characteristics of each discipline interlock and form an inseparable unity. Eppe’s primary expression tools are marble, bronze and sometimes wood, because despite the labor-intensive process of sculpting, these naturally impermeable materials are the best conductors of his vision of the driving creative urge.Read more
Eppe became fellow of The Royal Society of British Sculptors, UK since 2011. He participated in the International Sculpture Symposium in Serravezza, Italy in 1195, in the International Sculpture Symposium in Thassos, Greece in 2001, in TEFAF (International Art Fair) in Maastricht, Holland in 2004 and 2007 and in the Prix d´art contemporain de Monte Carlo, Monaco in 2003.
Eppe studied at The Royal Academy of The Hague, Holland from 1969 till 197
- The Hague
- Doorn, Hoorn
- Eefde and Roermond
- University of Leicester, England
- Pietrasanta, Italy.