Land art and site specific sculpture - land art uses the environment and its scale as its material. Concrete art is expressed in material itself with which the artist introduces her non-representational objective. Public art can be viewed and accessed by observers.
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After ten years the row of poplars reached a scale that recalls the paintings of the same trees by Claude Monet - as explained on the previous page.

Poplar trees as sculpture - Populus Nigra Italica - Ridderkerk, Holland.

Farel - 1988|1990 parallel rows of Italian poplar trees and steel elements - Farel School - NL

"Later I have started to realize that Claude Monet had a liking for more or less concrete objects: the haystacks are an example - also the rows of poplar trees along the Epte - even the Rouan cathedral series truly studies one single object in different atmospheric conditions."

Lucien den Arend



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