Walther Schoorel
Walther Schoorel
Graphic Designer, °1934

Antwerp

Walter Schoorel was a graphic designer, a subject he also taught at the Sint-Lucas institute in Antwerp. Now retired, he spends much of his time painting and drawing. With his silver-grey hair and his elegant walking-stick under his arm, he cuts a dash when he enters the shop. Walter invariably chooses and orders books about artists who do something with handwriting, which he sees as a person's primary character trait. Consequently, he adores artists like Sean Scully, Franz Kline, Emilio Vedova, Tapies, Brice Marden and Raoul De Keyser.

 

BOOKS BOUGHT

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Antoni Tàpies. Works/Writing/Interviews

Youssef Ishaghpour

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Cy Twombly. Cycles and Seasons

Nicholas Serota

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Emilio Vedova, 1919-2006

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Raoul De Keyser. Retour 1964-2006

Steven Jacobs

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Sean Scully. A Retrospective

Donald Kuspit, Maris Lluisa Borras, Danilo Eccher, Lorand Hegyi

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