A LebensWERK - exhibition of surrealist paintings by Robin Seur

5/9/24 to 8/15/24 in Saunstorf

A WORK of the artist, © Robin Seur

The next dates:

  • Thursday, May 9, 202417:00 - 19:00 clock
  • Thursday, Aug 15, 202417:00 - 19:00 clock

Robin Seur, an international artist from the Netherlands, has lived in many countries. In his paintings you can recognize the Dutch painting of the old masters. His paintings are full of powerful colors, inspired by many cultures and traditions and show the combination of visible & invisible world.

Robin Seur is Dutch and has lived and worked in many countries around the world, including Arabia, Africa, Indonesia and South America. Since the early 1990s, he has been working as an international artist with exhibitions worldwide. You can tell from his paintings that he is from the "old school" and that Dutch old master painting is in his genes. His paintings are full of powerful colors, inspired by the variety of different cultures and traditions. He immersed himself more and more in the combination of the visible and invisible world. It will be interesting to see where the exhibition will take you with these "other worlds".

Vernissage: May 9, 2024, 5 p.m.
Finissage: August 15, 5 pm, with guided tour by the artist
Free admission

Picture gallery

Good to know

Event dates
  • Thursday, May 9, 2024 17:00 - 19:00 clock
  • Thursday, Aug 15, 2024 17:00 - 19:00 clock
Event Location

Monastery Gut Saunstorf

Am Gutspark 1
23996 Saunstorf

+49 38424 227911
Contact the organiser

Silke Schumann

Yvonne-Mewes-Weg 27
22297 Hamburg

+49-(0)38424-22 98 90


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