On this page several publications are displayed relating to exhibitions, commisions and some works. This is primarily intended as a recognition for those who were involved.
The publications are in Dutch. The titles and very brief descriptions indicate the content.
Portrait of Hub. Levigne
Portrait of a young woman
After WWII, cultural development of Heerlen
Attracting artists, publ. Sept. 5, 1945
Exhibition in The Hague
Portrait of Miss Li
Exhibited in The Hague (Bennewitz), 1948
A characterization of this portrait.
Preferring a box of crayons
Interview about the start of his training
".. When I was four years old, an uncle came back from the East. He asked my brother of six and I what we wanted to have.
'A pipe' my brother said but I preferred a box of crayons .."
Furthermore, the cave which he furnished to a studio with his colleague Charles Eyck, his poverty in Amsterdam,
his admission to the Academy where he studied like a madman, his psychological contacts with people he portrayed.
Publ Photo Text 1 Text 2
Portrait of a jubilee Mayor 1
Portrait of a jubilee Mayor 2
Mayor of Beek, silver Jubilee, Mr. P. Minkenberg, Oct, 1952
Donation of a painting by the State Mines
The management of the Dutch State Mines donated a floral still life to the Association of the (oldest) Dutch State Mine Wilhelmina.
On the 40th anniversary of the Casino Association Terwinselen (Kerkrade), Nov. 1952.
Participation in English exhibitions
Exhibition of Contemporary Dutch Art, 1952 - 1953
Kingston upon Hull (Oct, 1952) - Leicester (Nov - Dec, 1952) - Hove (Jan - Feb, 1953)
Norwich (Mar - Apr, 1953) - Southampton (May, 1953) - Peterborough (Jul - Aug, 1953)
Catalogues List 1 List 2 List 3
Portrait of a retiring Mayor
Portrait of Dr. Batta
A Mighty Panorama of 1,600 square meter, March 18, 1953
A Painted Panorama in an Underground Hall, March 25, 1953
Theater of Centuries, June 11, 1953
Funicular in Valkenburg, Nov. 13, 1953
Portrait of a Commissioner of Police
Portrait of Heerlen Chief of Police, Mr. J. Spaen, on the occasion of his jubilee, july 1954.
Also a painting was offered (view on the coalmine Oranje Nassau 1) of the sympathetic painter Jean Viehoff.
Koolen teached him in portrait painting (1946-1951). Koolen and Viehoff got along with each other - also later in life - very well.
Portrait of Monsignor Hermus
Mgr. Hermus was Director of the Institute for Deaf-mutes (R.K. Instituut voor Doofstommen IvD) in St. Michiels-Gestel (Netherlands)
This portrait is painted on the occasion of his 50th priesthood anniversary in 1937.
Publication June 4, 1937
Portraits of two Bishops
Mgr. A. Hanssen (1957-1958) and Mgr. P. Moors (1959-1970).
These portraits were commissioned by the Diocese of Roermond (for the Episcopal Palace)
Exhibition in the City Hall of Heerlen, 1945
Exhibition in Tilburg, 1948
Maria and Elisabeth
Exhibited in Tilburg
Portrait of Queen Juliana
Commission, visit at Soestdijk Palace, start of painting
Mural in the Abbey of Middelburg
Allegorical fresco of 65 m2, 1957
Portrait of Jo Sternheim, Amsterdam
Exhibition Miners and the Mining Industry in Hoensbroek Castle, Heerlen
Exhibition in Molen Vrouwenheide
Donation of painting
Donation of a Landscape with a view on the Coalmine Oranje Nassau 1.
On the occasion of the opening of the Mineschool by State Secretary Grosheide,
offered by the Joint Coalmines Limburg (GSL Gezamenlijke Steenkoolmijnen in Limburg) Nov. 23, 1964
Portrait of a retiring Mayor, Maastricht
Exhibition in Cortenbach Castle, Voerendaal
Opening by Paul Haimon, Nov. 10, 1968
Exhibition in Caumermolen, Heerlen
Exhibition in the City Hall of Heerlen
Exhibition in the City Hall of Meerssen
Masterly portraits on a honorary exhibition, June, 1977
Loan of paintings to Rolduc, Kerkrade
Some 50 paintings of the Meuwissen family have been loaned to the abbey of Rolduc in Kerkrade.
The loan in 1978 was for 20 years. Publ. Sept, 1978
Mocking of Christ
Donation to St. Pancratius Church, Heerlen, March 1984