Jean Brusselmans (1884-1953)

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Vase of Flowers


Young Woman Arranging Flowers, 1914

Jean Brusselmans was a Belgian painter who created Expressionist compositions, portraits, landscapes and still life paintings.


Winter Scene, 1928


Marine Watercolor, 1937


Harbor Scene

Brusselmans would often sign his work “J. Brusselmans” in clear and precise script at the bottom corner of his canvas, such as in this country scene.


Country Scene

However, he would also sign “Jean Brusselmans,” in this still life compositions and on other paintings as well.


Grand Portrait de Madame Brusselmans, 1938


Portrait of a Woman


Woman with a Water Kettle, 1938

Today, Brusselmans work is housed all over the world, and perhaps in your own home. Still wondering about a Belgian painting in your family estate? Contact us…it could be by Jean Brusselmans.