Pat Andrea (born in 1942)


Thirty-five museums from both sides of the Atlantic exhibit his works; which proves international recognition. But, for the artist born in The Hague in 1942, this is proof of a lasting imprint on the very long history of art. For Pat Andrea, known for his women without chest or torso, always seeks to unite the painting of yesterday and the painting of today. He appreciates Jérôme Bosh as much as Piet Mondrian. He only has one principle: beauty. He swears it can “save the world”.