|STANDARD SIZES APPR.||:||150 x 200 cm
170 x 240 cm
200 x 250 cm
200 x 300 cm
225 x 325 cm
250 x 300 cm
250 x 350 cm
300 x 400 cm
|MAXIMUM SIZES||:||Width 600 cm x length 2000 cm.|
|SILK||:||Only the qualities 80, 100, 120 and 150 knots are also available with silk.|
|FRINGE||:||All qualities are supplied with no frills.
Available on request with fringe.
|ROUND CARPETS||:||Round rugs are calculated as square with no surcharge.|
|SPECIAL ORDERS||:||Custom design: available on request.|
|SPECIAL SIZES||:||For all sizes other than the standard sizes will be no surcharge.|
|SIZES||:||The size can vary up to 5%.|
|COLORS||:||Colors may differ slightly.|
|DELIVERY TIMES||:||The Susan Schildkamp Collection is delivered from stock in 200 x 250 cm.
If not in stock, delivery time will be 12 weeks.
|TECHNICAL INFORMATION||:||Three wire knotted.
The Susan Schildkamp carpets are available in the node density of about 60, 80, 100, 120, 150 knots (buttonhole) per in2.
Weight: depending on the quality: 3.5 kg - 5.5 kg per m2.
Pile height: 10 mm - 15 mm.
Susan Schildkamp creates in her drawings and paintings scenes between waking and dreaming. She works out images she encounters on her way. This can be everywhere and anywhere. She captures landscapes, people, houses, buildings, objects and last but not least atmospheres. This can be an atmosphere she recognizes, an atmosphere that amazes her; something that gets hold of her.
For the past few years the real landscape has brought her into temptation. Many of her paintings are created in the country. In her studio starts the abstraction, the simplifying of the image she has found outside. Her own experience and the way in which she sees the essence of things predominate the objective observation.
Specific to Susan Schildkamps works is that she repeats what she has drawn before in a subtle way. In one of her next paintings suddenly an atmosphere of old times, an element of an earlier work appears. How much she depends on the unhindered becomes clear from a few repetitive landscapes: at the coast and in the mountains are reappearing scenes. Yet recently we see more realistic elements in her paintings: houses rolling along with the wind, a tower that appears to have fallen from the sky, a fairground horse floating above the water.
At the same time she makes the landscape fade away. Sometimes the top resembles the sky and the bottom the sea. In this sense her work is both abstract and realistic in terms. And there is no contrast; it is completely unshaded. This not only indicates the mastery of the image.
She has always yield to the hard grip of the light. In her case a threatening sky is also a bright blue. Susan Schildkamp succeeds in giving a recognizable dismal, the undertone of life, colour. Susan Schildkamp slaagt er steeds weer in om herkenbare triestigheden, de ondertoon van het leven, kleur te geven. There is hardly anything dark in it.
De Munk Carpets B.V.
De Trompet 1359
1967 DA HEEMSKERK