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The New Hague School emerged as a reaction against the Cobra movement. The New Hague School was inspired by 17th century art, the Barbizon School and the resulting Hague School. The New Hague School included various artist groups and collectives. In 1949 expositions were organized in Bodega de Posthoorn in The Hague. In 1956 the Posthoorngroep was created, which continued to exist until 1962. In 1951 the Verve group was created, which was engaged in modern-figurative art. This group was disbanded in 1957. The group Fugare arose from the Verve group in 1960. This group focused on non-figurative art until 1967, when the group ceased to exist. In 1959 the Atoll group was also founded. However, there are also artists who can be counted as belonging to the New Hague School but who were not affiliated with one of the above groups. Many of these artists who belong to the New Hague School have lived in Paris for a while, and were influenced by the École de Paris. The New Hague School celebrated its heyday in the fifties and sixties, in the seventies it was the New Realists who dominated the art climate in The Hague.

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Paul Citroen (1896-1983) German Dutch Academy Review
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Buy Paul Citroen - Litho: "lyda" - 1976? Bid from 35!
Paul Citroen (1896-1983) German Dutch Litho: "Lyda" - 1976
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Paul Citroen (1896-1983) German Dutch Woman white
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