Piet van Mierop - Terrorisme Dulden Wij Niet - Gouache - Original design - 1946-1949

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Piet van Mierop - Terrorisme Dulden Wij Niet - Gouache - Original design - 1946-1949
Poster design - Arte applicata (design), Aviazione, Battaglia, Grafica, Illustrati, Illustrazione originale, Militaria, Miscellaneo, Politica, Polizia (corpo di polizia), Storia, Storia coloniale, Storia della guerra, Azioni di polizia Indie orientali olandesi - Paesi Bassi

Piet van Mierop (Pierre Constant Schenkberg van Mierop) - 90 x 60 cm - gouache. Original design.

"TERRORISME DULDEN WIJ NIET " / "WE DO NOT TOLERATE TERRORISM".

Poster warning against terrorist attacks against Dutch military and public objects in the Dutch East Indies during the Indonesian War of Independence and the Dutch Politionele Acties / Police Actions. Circa 1946-1949.

To our knowledge this powerful and striking design was never used / produced.

Condition: Some wear, damage, discoloration of the paper and paint but overall in good condition. See photos.

Will be well and carefully packaged in the cardboard tube in which it has been stored and will be sent by registered mail.


¶ Van Mierop was born in the Dutch East Indies, on the grounds of the Majong sugar factory, about 11 kilometers from the city of Kudus in Java. He was educated at the mechanical engineering department of the MTS, where he also took lessons in line and hand drawing. He then became a train driver and eventually chief engineer with the State Railways on Java. He married Eleonora Leontina Crama (1910-2004) in 1928, with whom he had three children.

As an artist, Van Mierop was self-taught. From the early 1930s onwards, he made drawings and caricatures for the "Java Express", the weekly "D'Orient" , the "Algemeen Indisch Dagblad" and the "Soerabajaasch Handelsblad", among others. At the end of the 1930s, he transferred to another department of the State Railways where he was appointed technical director of the advertising industry in July 1938 and was appointed head of the regulations office, warehouse of printing and printing in November of the same year. In 1939, he became Committee Chief of Advertising.

He has designed numerous posters, billboards, advertisements and even large wall paintings.

From 1942 to 1945 during the Japanese occupation Van Mierop was interned in a Japanese concentration camp. During this period he continued to draw with materials smuggled in by his wife Noor.

In 1950 the family moved to the Netherlands and settled in Oosterbeek. Van Mierop opened his own advertising agency, the "Reclame Studio van Mierop". From the start he was a member of the artists' associations "Rhijn-Ouwe" and "Punt 62" in Oosterbeek, with which he also exhibited.

Politionele Acties (Dutch for "police actions") refers to two major military offensives undertaken by the Netherlands on Java and Sumatra against the Republic of Indonesia during its struggle for independence in the Indonesian National Revolution.

In Indonesia they are known collectively as Agresi Militer Belanda ('Dutch Military Aggressions'), although the term Aksi Polisionil is also known.

Dettagli lotto
Oggetto
Poster design
Designer
Piet van Mierop
Titolo del poster
Terrorisme Dulden Wij Niet - Gouache - Original design - 1946-1949
Soggetto
Arte applicata (design), Aviazione, Azioni di polizia Indie orientali olandesi, Battaglia, Grafica, Illustrati, Illustrazione originale, Militaria, Miscellaneo, Politica, Polizia (corpo di polizia), Storia, Storia coloniale, Storia della guerra
Paese d’origine
Paesi Bassi
Condizioni
B (ragionevole - imperfezioni evidenti)
Dimensioni
90×60 cm
Numero di oggetti
1
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