abstract artist

  • abstract artist,  Canadian artist,  Harold Klunder,  modern art

    Harold Klunder with Adelaide Damoah

    Born in 1943, Harold Klunder is one of Canada’s leading painters. Klunder was born just two years before the end of the second world war, in the Netherlands. His family moved to Canada in the early fifties after the war was over. Klunder paints large, vivid abstract paintings, which he describes as an alternative approach to the self-portrait and each one can take years to complete. His works are held in public and private collections throughout the world including the National Gallery of Canada, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art. Klunder kindly took time out of his hectic schedule to discuss his story…