This composition made in the "Age of Plywood" period, is a free standing sculpture featuring a mountain slope of the small Saint-Bernhardpass camouflaging an abstract Alpin refuge, neighbouring a series of square shaped rocks, elevating a duo of amphores.

An individual object taken from the memorial exhibition:

The Ideal Landscape at The Bruges Art_Institute. About 2018.

Formwork in plaster, muschelkalk, carrara marble, walnut veneer plywood, acryl, Rembrandt color pencils. Tropical hardwood Wengé, Spruce Plywood, chipboard, Maimeri cyan blue oilpastel, Caspar David Friedrich aquarel.

h. 240 x w. 80 x d. 100 cm.

By courtesy of Jan De Cock - Studio Torino