Michaël Borremans is one of Belgium’s best-known painters. Much of his work is highly mysterious, intriguing people all over the world. In this book, aimed at young adults, author Paul de Moor sheds light on the artist’s life and work and explores his secrets in twenty-one chapters. How does the painter paint? What does the painter paint? Why does the painter paint? And what makes the painter so sought-after and his work so precious? A jewel of a book that will delight young and regular adults alike.
Ludion has previously published several of this author’s books for young adults: Schilderen op ijs (on Luc Tuymans, 2011), De schilder schilderde (on Raoul De Keyser, 2012), Schilder van luchtspiegelingen (on Francis Alÿs, 2013) and Mijn huis dat was (with photographs by Karin Borghouts, 2015).