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Prix de Rome

In this group you will find the winners of the Prix de Rome.

The Prix de Rome is a prestigious incentive prize for young artists and architects. Inspired by classical antiquity, King Louis XIV established a prize in 1666 to enable young artists to study the art of classical antiquity in Rome. In 1807, Lodewijk Napoleon introduced the prize in the Netherlands and Belgium, after which King Willem I confirmed the existence of the prize in 1817, as part of the foundation of the Royal Academy. Since 1985, the prize has been divided into 10 categories: drawing, graphics, painting, theatre/visual arts, architecture, urban design & landscape architecture, photography, film & video, sculpture and visual arts & public space. The prize has been regularly renewed over the past 200 years, but the aim has always been to stimulate talented visual artists and architects. Since 2011, the Prix de Rome has been part of the Mondriaan Fund.

Buy Albert Besnard - Les nouvelles. Dame à contre-jour,? Bid from 125!
Albert Besnard (1849-1934) French The news. Lady against the light,
Technique Etching
Dimensions 7.1 x 12.5 cm (h x w)
Signed Hand signed
Support Handmade Paper
Starting bid
€125
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Buy Charles Eyck - Vase mit Blumen und Pflanzen? Bid from 1000!
Charles Eyck (1897-1983) Dutch Vase with flowers and plants
Technique Mixed media
Dimensions 60 x 74 cm (h x w)
Signed Hand signed
Support Paper
Framed Framed
Starting bid
€1,000
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