Anne-Pierre de Kat
Anne-Pierre de Kat (Delft °1881 - La Frette-sur-Seine °1968) had education at the "Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts" in Brussels with good friend Rik Wouters. Soon, he joined the famous Brabant fauvists, competing with Derain and Cézanne. During World War I, he became part of "Section Artistique". This was an art movement to capture the life at the front on a canvas. Symbolic for the postwar period, he started using brighter colors again often exhibiting his works in Galerie Georges Giroux, which was one of the most important art galleries in Brussels first half of the 20th century.