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Soldier Boy (40x50cm)
Paintings per set:
Main colour:
Blue, indigo, green, Red, yellow, orange, Purple, pink, Black, white, grey
Size of composition:
Small (< 0,47 m2)

Bevin is Celtic Boy name which means - "Young soldier"


According to the numerology value of his name (7), Bevin is Analytical, understanding, knowledgeable, studious, independent, fearless, investigative, proof oriented and practical.

Name Bevin reflects the desire and urge for seeking truth in everything around. But when Bevin comes across the facts, he finds it hard to accept them. Therefore, Bevin can often be seen making an effort to hide his inner fear and weakness. Sometimes Bevin can be very lazy and idle.

Bevin has philosophical qualities and often moves around with a mysterious demeanour when he is trying to analyse things around him. Bevin has a clear intuition coming from a clear awareness and careful attitude.


This painting I made as a challenge, for a couple in Portugal, in a style they liked; a mixture between cubism and impressionism. Interesting challenge, Way out of my comfort zone, but I enjoyed it.

This colourful Abstract Statement Art already hangs in living rooms, bedrooms and offices of other art collectors and is unfortunately no longer available.  In the Webshop you can see inspiring works of art that are currently available. Both on sale or available through art loan.

If an inspiring hand-painted painting that you like is no longer available, or not of the right size, or if you are looking for something specific that fits your home or office interior, you can commision me for your own unique Statement Art. 

Curious?  Then read of how I got my inspiration for a commissioned work of art.


Besides visiting this online art gallery you are of course always welcome at my atelier & art gallery in Eindhoven or the showroom inVenlo.

Gallery - previous work

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