Gustave Alhadeff

"Metamorphosis" Blue Toned Contemporary Surrealist Fantasy Landscape, 2003





Ethereal blue toned surrealist landscape of an amorphous figure sitting in a field of alien plants and flowers looking up at an unknown planet in the sky. Signed by artist in lower right corner. Currently unframed.

Artist Biography

Born in the Belgian Congo in 1940, Gustave Alhadeff won his first award at the annual art show in Elisabethville, at age 13. His formal art education began with Mr. Marcel Pire (Prix de Rome). He continued his studies at the Michaelis School of Fine Art, with Mr. Van Nesche in Cape Town, South Africa from 1956 to 1957. He was awarded a scholarship from the Art Academy to continue his studies with Mr.Creytens at the "Institute National Superieur des Beaux Arts" in Anvers, Belgium. The following year he entered the class of Mr. Leon Devos at the Royal Academy of Brussels, where he won first prize for portrait and still life painting (1958).


H 30 in. x W 24 in. x D .5 in.