Ink drawing on paper, signed with monogram lower left
Dimensions: 13 inch x 9 inch.
Reimond Kimpe (1885-1970) Belgian known painter. After the first WW he emigrated to the Netherlands. In 1920 he settled in Middelburg, where he soon occupied a dominant place in Zeeland art community. Initially he painted in an expressionistic brown style, which is in line with Flemish painters such as Permeke and Gustaaf de Smet. Ships and harbours, landscape and people of Walcheren were his subjects; Westkapelle in particular inspired him. After the second WWhis style of painting became more stylized and abstract.