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Manette C. van Hamel Edit Profile

artist , writer

Manette C. van Hamel, Dutch artist, writer. Recipient 1st prize CNE Toronto, 1965, 1st prize Craftsmen New York, 1970.

Background

Hamel, Manette C. van was born on August 4, 1913 in Deventer, The Netherlands. Daughter of Hendrik Cramer and Maria Christina Heyligers.

Education

Student, Conservatory Music, Holland. Studied art with Rolph Scarlett.

Career

Professional violinist.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-woman shows of sculpture to wear include Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 1971, Rosenthal Studio Haus, New York City, 1968. Exhibited in group show at Cooper Hewitt Museum, New York City, 1978, Jewelry Museum, Phorzheim, Germany, 1973. Represented in permanent collections including Metropolitan Museum Art, Stedelyk Museum.

      Author: The Flamboyent Tree, numerous short stories.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Chamber music.

Connections

Married Diederik A. van Hamel, February 6, 1940. Children: Alfred, Jan Willem, Martine.

father:
Hendrik Cramer

mother:
Maria Christina Heyligers

spouse:
Diederik A. van Hamel

children:
Alfred Hamel

Jan Willem Hamel

Martine Hamel