Dittmar Viane Belgium, b. 1998


Dittmar Viane (Born in 1998, Izegem, Belgium) is a painter who lives and works Waregem, Belgium. He recently graduated from the Royal Academy of Fine arts in Ghent where he received his Master degree in Illustration. With his figurative oil paintings on, Dittmar Viane tries to visualize personal and fictional stories that are set in a self-created landscape. Inspired by the paintings of the late Middle Ages and the following northern Renaissance, he paints strange scenes and absurd situations that are characterized by a combination of absurdity, humor, naivety, mystery, silence, loneliness and (sur)realism. The detailed works are a way to illustrate and experience his made-up world, a place he would like to discover in reality, build from his fascination for nature, music, animals and medieval history. Also contrasts are often present in different ways and encourage him to search for balance and/or a certain tension that he likes.

Het stille leven, 2020
Art Fairs


Outside the Gate - Everyday Gallery, Antwerp (Solo show)

Art Brussels 2022 - Everyday Gallery, Booth E.16, Brussels



Art Antwerp - Everyday Gallery, Antwerp

Art Rotterdam - Everyday Gallery, Rotterdam



LIMBO act II - Everyday Gallery, Antwerp

Graduation at the Zwarte Zaal - KASK Royal Academy of Fine arts, Ghent



Gewankel - De Broederij, Ghent




2019 - 2020

KASK Royal Academy of Fine arts, Master in Illustration, Ghent, Belgium


2016 - 2019

KASK Royal Academy of Fine arts, Bachelor in Illustration, Ghent, Belgium