Paintings in oil
Portraits + Landscape
Switzerland, Italy, Spain,
France and The Netherlands
1936 Born in Amsterdam. 1957 Scholarship for the Royal Academy: drawing after life model for almost 2 years. 1958 Marriage with Nils Tellander, who lived at the Lake of Geneva. 1960 First exhibit of paintings in Lausanne. 1968-1972 American Highschool Villa Schifanoia in Florence Italy: Master of Arts diploma. Aquisition of an Italian Bendini press, a start to make and print etchings and photo-etchings (héliogravures) for the next 15 years. During 2012 work of Hubertine Heijermans was on show in Musée Historique du Chablais à Vouvry.
1981 Luis Camnitzer of Pratt's Institute New-York came to Italy, teaching dust grain photogravure and multi-plate color-etching. Work was done on light-sensitive plates with soft-hardground or liftground. A photo-gravure is inked, wiped by hand and printed like an etching. It equals the Talbot-Klic process. Camnitzer's work is kept in the MoMA museum in New-York. End '81 Atelier Le Carroz opened at St-Triphon. Hubertine etched farms and Dîme houses, but added dust grain photogravure until 1988. She made portraits or was inspired by fashion designers like Jean Paul Gaultier,Yves St Laurent, John Galliano, Manish Arora or Charlie Le Mindu. June '94 - july '95 Singapore Nancy Roach Gallery Orchard Rd, exhibit of oilpaintings, watercolors and etchings. 1996-2006 hibernating in Spain: study of paintings of Sorolla y Bastida Valencia. In Barcelona she studied work of Mir Y Trinxet, In february 2004 painted en plein air the flowering almondtrees. 2006-2015 many voyages to Bages in the South of France to paint fishingboats or capture the colors of Lake of Leucate, Parc des Dosses and the harbour of Collioure. Musée de l'Elysée Lausanne keeps 45 dust grain photogravures or 'héliogravures'. Musée Jenisch Vevey has 50 etchings in the Cabinet cantonal des estampes of the artist: multi-plate prints and aquatints, prepared and handprinted in Atelier Le Carroz by herself. Since 2012 Léonard Gianadda, Director of the Museum of Modern Arts in Martigny keeps her autobiographic book 'Parcours d'une artiste-peintre' by P.A. Genillard in the library of Fondation Pierre Gianadda.