Artwork of the Week.
Frank donates one of his world portraits to the Coffee Time Auction (Koffietijdveiling). The proceeds of the painting's sale will go to UNICEF.
Sherri, New York
'It has to be impressive. And above all big. Artist Frank Wagtmans demonstrates the newest trend in contemporary painting at his Sittard studio'.
The Queen will turn 75 on 31 January this year. Television station NOS is organising a collection in which the most beautiful pieces about Queen Beatrix will receive a prominent spot in the 'Het beeld van Beatrix' ('The Image of Beatrix') exhibition at the Het Loo Palace in Apeldoorn, which will open on 30 January. Frank participated in this competition, and his painting of Queen Beatrix was selected from more than 2,000 works of art to be presented to the jury at the Het Loo Palace. NOS will be present on this day to record the event for the TV programme 'Uw Beeld van Beatrix' ('Your Image of Beatrix'), which will air on Wednesday, 30 January at 7:00 PM.
23 February 2013 at 8:30 PM, Dr Anton Philipszaal, Spuiplein 150, 2511 DG Den Haag. MEGA BOLLYWOOD FESTIVAL. For all fans of this colourful genre: the Mega Bollywood Festival. An entire evening of Bollywood - and where better to have it than The Hague!
Paintings of Indian Women will be exhibited in the Dr. Anton Philips Hall during this event.
MEGA BOLLYWOOD FESTIVAL 2013
Saturday, 22 June 2013 at 11:15 AM: Radio L1's broadcast 'Emil en de Kunst' ('Emil and Art'). Presenter Emil Szarkowicz visits Frank's art studio.
Emil Szarkowicz talking with artists.
Edith en Romy van Reenen
Frank exhibits his art in the Dutch soap opera 'Goede Tijden, Slechte Tijden' ('Good Times, Bad Times').
One of Frank's paintings is featured in the popular soap opera series 'Goede Tijden, Slechte Tijden' ('Good Times, Bad Times'). This is an exceptional exhibition space for the visual artist.
Frank's painting (a copy) of King Willem-Alexander has a prominent spot in the courthouse. The first scene in the courtroom, where the painting is displayed, was broadcast on 24 May 2013.
King Willem Alexander
100 x 150 cm