|Birthplace:||Laren, Laren, North Holland, The Netherlands|
|Death:||Died in Amsterdam, Government of Amsterdam, North Holland, The Netherlands|
Son of Heinrich Martin Krabbé and Wilhelmina Maria Rust
|Occupation:||kunstschilder () kunstpedagoog ()|
|Managed by:||Diederik Mooij|
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About Maarten Krabbé
Maarten Krabbé (22 February 1908 – 18 February 2005) was a Dutch painter and art educator.
Krabbé is the son of painter Hendrik Maarten Krabbé (1868–1931) and singer Miep Rust (1874–1956). His sisters were Henny Eskens-Krabbé (who was a resistance fighter in World War II) and Lies van Buren-Krabbé.
Krabbé grew up in Het Gooi, where he intensively enjoyed being surrounded by nature. This would manifest itself in his art work later on in life. In 1913 he moved with his family to Bussum and in 1922 to Zandvoort.
Krabbé married Margreet Reiss, a writer and translator. They had two sons: author Tim and Jeroen who became an actor, director and painter. In the mid-1950s, they were divorced and in 1959 he married his second wife, Helena Verschuur. They had a son, designer and painter, Mirko.