Jørgen Dobloug

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Jørgen Dobloug
Born (1945-04-23)April 23, 1945
Nationality Norwegian
Education Staatliche Kunstakademie Düsseldorf (1971-1978)

Jørgen Dobloug (23 April 1945 – 16 January 2018) was a Norwegian artist based in Düsseldorf and Oslo.[1]

He studied at the Staatliche Kunstakademie Düsseldorff (1971 – 78), Klasse Professor Joseph Beuys. Dobloug is an important Norwegian artist, who left Norway and what be believed to be a rigid educational system for performing arts, to find his own way. Dobloug’s works have been shown in a large number of exhibitions, in Norway and abroad.[2]

His works are mainly acrylic paintings displaying either abstract motifs or heads/faces. They are humorous, partly with contradictory elements in respect of both motif, composition and colours. The works span from strict geometric paintings including grid-patterns, to playful paintings executed with a rough, almost expressive, brush. There is furthermore conceptual side to Dobloug’s project. Still, this is not the dominant feature of his works.[3]

Dobloug was granted the Norwegian Government Grant for Artists from 1995.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nekrolog: Jørgen Dobloug". aftenposten.no. Retrieved 3 February 2018.
  2. ^ Ustvedt, Øystein (2001). Ny norsk kunst etter 1990. Faktabokforlaget. pp. 75–77. ISBN 978-82-450-1016-9.
  3. ^ Rød, Johannes; Fredheim, Arnt (2004). Malerier. Gyldendal Norsk Forlag. p. 217. ISBN 82-05-30957-4.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Norsk kunstnerleksikon Bind 1 A-G p. 492, Universitetsforlaget 1982. ISBN 82-00-05689-9
  • "Brennpunkt Düsseldorf 1962-1987", Kunstmuseum Düsseldorf 1987. Utstillingskatalog
  • Øysten Ustvedt: Ny norsk kunst etter 1990 p. 75-77, Faktabokforlaget 2001. ISBN 978-82-450-1016-9
  • Johannes Rød og Arnt Fredheim: Malerier p. 217, Gyldendal Norsk Forlag 2004. ISBN 82-05-30957-4

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