Francisca van Vloten
(aka Leonore de Berlis)

Art historical and literary researcher and writer
Domburg,The Netherlands

FRANCISCA VAN VLOTENFrancisca van Vloten works as an art-historical and literary researcher and writer.

  • Curator & Advisor at the Marie Tak van Poortvliet Museum Domburg
  • Chair of the Scientific Advisory Committee of EuroArt
  • Member of the Board and the Scientific Advisory Committee of the Impressionisms Routes Eau & Lumière
  • Director of the Foundation ICEAC
  • Member of the Maatschappij der Nederlandse Letterkunde.
  • Member of the Editorial Board of the Mondrian Edition Project
  • Chair of the LUMO Foundation
She is working on a PhD in Cultural Sciences at the Radboud University in Nijmegen (Domburg as a Seaside Resort and Artists' Colony in European context).

In 1976 she received the first Theater Prize from Toneelgroep Centrum, NRC Handelsblad and Toneel Teatraal for her play Mono-Stereo. The Zealand Bookprize 2004 was awarded to her for Moen! Between Toorop and Mondrian. This publication tells the story of Domburg as an Artists' Colony with the artist Mies Elout-Drabbe at its centre.
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LdB A Walk in the Woods defA Walk in the Woods, 2023,
gouache, watercolour and pastel on paper
20 x 28 cm, collection of the artist
LdB Good Morning Mr HölzelGood Morning, Mr. Hölzel !, 2023,
pastel on paper
10,5 x 20 cm, collection of the artist
FvV De Soep 2002 kleurenhoutsnede CFVVThe Soup II, 2002
woodcut on paper
dreaming SDreaming, 2002
drypoint on paper
FvV Dorp aan de rivier ca. 1970Town by the River, appr. 1970
water colour on paper
FvV De Belvédère Happy Family 1985 drawing with ink and felt tipped penDe Belvédère / Happy Family, 1985
drawing with (felt-tipped) pen
FvV MRAF Happy Family 2 1985 drawing with felt tipped penMRAF Happy Family II, 1985
drawing with (felt-tipped) pen
FvV MRAF Happy Family 2003 linocut MRAF Happy Family, 2003
linocut on paper
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