undefined
  1. Home
  2. >
  3. Artists
  4. >
  5. Bond Kulturele Rechten

Bond Kulturele Rechten

Founded in 1935

filters

Union of Artists for the Defense of Cultural Rights

The Association of Artists for the Defense of Cultural Rights is best known for the artists' protest in the 1930s that they initiated, called D.O.O.D.: De Olympiade Onder Dictatuur, in Amsterdam. This was a counter-exhibit to the fine arts competition that was always held during the Olympics. The Olympic Games were to take place in Berlin in 1936, where many artists had a bad taste because of the Nazi regime. The BKVK therefore criticized National Socialism. The members of the League had no corresponding stylistic similarities, but were generally left-oriented.

Buy Paul Citroen - Grote jaren 70 monochrome lithografie - portret - potloodgesigneerd? Bid from 50!
Paul Citroen (1896-1983) German Dutch Large 70s monochrome lithograph - portrait - pencil signed
Technique Lithograph
Dimensions 48 x 37 cm (h x w)
Signed Hand signed
Support Paper
Framed Only in Passe-partout
Starting bid
€50
Bid Bid
Buy Paul Citroen - Litho: "lyda" - 1976? Bid from 35!
Paul Citroen (1896-1983) German Dutch Litho: "Lyda" - 1976
Technique Lithograph
Dimensions 65 x 50 cm (h x w)
Signed Hand signed
Support Paper
Starting bid
€35
Bid Bid
Buy Paul Citroen - Anneloor? Bid from 50!
Paul Citroen (1896-1983) German Dutch Woman white
Technique Lithograph
Dimensions 66 x 52 cm (h x w)
Signed Hand signed
Support Paper
Framed Framed
Starting bid
€50
Bid Bid