Anton Heyboer was a Dutch artist, who lived from 1924 to 2005. He was born in a small village in the Netherlands, and grew up in a family of modest means. Heyboer studied at the Amsterdam School of Art, and eventually became one of the most prominent Dutch artists of his time. He was most known for his unique style that combined expressionism and a hint of surrealism. His works often featured female figures and village scenes, and were highly regarded by both art critics and the public. Some of his most famous works include The Village Woman (1955), The Village Peasant (1958), and The Village Boy (1962).
Anton Heyboer, Dutch artist, expressionism, surrealism, The Village Woman, The Village Peasant, The Village Boy.
— Mei Wang
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