The life and work of the Dutch artist Han Hulsbergen (1901 - 1989)
HAN HULSBERGEN born in Hengelo (the Netherlands) at the very start of the 20th century, was an artist with many talents and multi facets. He studied at the Amsterdam academy under Professor Wolter and Professor Roland Holst and at the Academia della Bell’Arte in Florence (Italy) under Professor Casnesa. 1939, his portraits were elected by the jury, and Han Hulsbergen became the artist to receive by Her Majesty Queen Wilhelmina the Van Collem Prize. As a non conforming artist Hulsbergen went into the new post war era, reaping the acknowledgement of the international art buying world.