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Queen Beatrix

Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands visits the symposium East West Forum - Japanese and Dutch sculpture in Dordrecht Holland

1983 - Queen Beatrix and her Adjutant General, Miss Prinsen, visit the East West Forum, a sculpture symposium with Japanese and Dutch artists participating in Dordrecht, The Netherlands

In the summer of 1983 Lucien den Arend presided over a working group that organized a sculpture symposium. Six Japanese Sculptors and six Dutch colleagues spent forty days making projects. Queen Beatrix opened the symposium and came back a few weeks later to see the progress the sculptors were making.  She usually spends a day a week in her studio at the palace Huis ten Bosch where she works on her own sculpture.

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Queen Beatrix
Henry Moore Italy 1970
Henry Moore Italy 1971
Henry Moore Italy 3
Henry Moore England
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Christo and Jeanne Claude
Truus Schröder-Schräder
John (Jack) Wesley and Hannah Green
Donald Judd
Gerard Fieret

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