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Ernst Fuchs(1930) Giclee op Doek "Le Poppo en Vase" Ges Gen

34 x gezien 0 x bewaard sinds 30 mrt. '18, 11:21
€ 79,00
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Ernst Fuchs:
(13.02.1930). " Le Poppo en Vase " Giclee op doek, 2012. Gesigneerd , genummerd, oplage: 300 + 30 e.a. Motief grootte: 55 x 69 cm, blad grootte: 61 x 75 cm.

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Ernst Fuchs (born february 13, 1930) is an Austrian painter, draftsman, printmaker, sculptor, architect, stage designer, composer, poet, singer and one of the founders of the Vienna school of Fantastic Realism. In 1972 he acquired the derelict otto wagner villa in Hütteldorf, which he restored and transformed. The villa was inaugurated as the Ernst Fuchs museum in 1988.

Fuchs studied sculpture with Emmy Steinbock (1943), attended the St. Anna painting school where he studied under professor Fröhlich (1944), and entered the academy of fine arts in vienna (1945) where he began his studies under professor robin c. Anderson, later moving to the class of albert paris von gütersloh. At the academy he met arik brauer, rudolf hausner, fritz janschka, wolfgang hutter, and anton lehmden, together with whom he later founded what has become known as the vienna school of fantastic realism. He was also a founding member of the art-club (1946), as well as the hundsgruppe, set up in opposition to it in 1951, together with friedensreich hundertwasser and arnulf rainer. Fuch's work of this period was influenced by the art of gustav klimt and egon schiele and then by max pechstein, heinrich campendonck, edvard munch, henry moore and pablo picasso.
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