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  • Marion van Delst

    Last Updated:05/17/16

    Nine eleven
    A personal imagination. There are elements in ithe work of the twin towers, the surrounding of it and pictures of the Dutch painter Jheronimus/Jeroen Bosch. The building is collapsing or rising
  • Marion van Delst

    Last Updated:05/17/16

    A man at the Monument
    In my view the photo is perfectly appropriate for the commemoration because of the following reasons: - the main character on the photo is a businessman, just like many victims of 9/11 and just like many people working at the WTC today; - his age can be of someone who has or not has experienced the attack in 2001; - does he have concrete...
  • Erik Van der Grijn

    Last Updated:03/29/12

    9/11 Un Requiem catalogue cover
    The mixed-medium work "343" by the prominent Dutch abstract expressionist artist Erik Adriaan van der Grijn was featured as the catalogue cover for his 2011 exhibition "9/11 Un Requiem" in Buenos Aires. The picture memorializes the 343 firefighters who valiantly lost their lives in the attack on the World Trade Center towers...
  • Erik Van der Grijn

    Last Updated:03/29/12

    "343"
    Painting "343" is the work of Erik Adriaan van der Grijn, a Dutch abstract expressionist artist who was living in Brooklyn at the time of the attacks on the World Trade Center. The following day, September 12, 2001, he photographed the Manhattan skyline from the Brooklyn Promenade, showing the Statue of Liberty (extreme lower left) up...
  • Nanda Van Ginkel

    Last Updated:10/26/10

    Thoughts
    I recently read the book; "Messages" by Bonnie McEneaney. I painted this painting soon after. At the time of 9/11 I was heavily pregnant and really tried not to think about what had just happened. My husband was a volunteer at the site, he and other construction workers worked around the clock to rescue trapped people. I couldn't...