Klaas Gubbels

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High heels, Kasteelplein, garden of Castle Helmond, Helmond

Klaas Gubbels (born 1934), is a Dutch painter and sculptor with a special love of coffeepots.


He was born in Rotterdam and in 1954 he became assistant to Wally Elenbaas and Louis van Roode.[1] In 1959-1960 he became assistant to Marius van Beek and bronze worker Dick Grossman.[1] He became a member of the Gemeenschap Beeldende Kunstenaars (GBK) in 1963.[1] His works, which include large murals as well as small prints, often depict a teapot, usually placed on a table. He lives in Arnhem.


  1. ^ a b c Klaas Gubbels in the RKD