Marthe by Pierre Bonnard, c. 1900s Photograph, drawing, and photo/drawing superimposition

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Marthe by Pierre Bonnard, c. 1900s  Photograph, drawing, and photo/drawing superimposition

Abraham Walkowitz- Paintings and drawings of Isadora Duncan.

« These two American modernists, painter Abraham Walkowitz and dancer Isadora Duncan, born in the same year (1878), both artists influenced the development of modern art in the early twentieth century by blending figurative gesture with abstraction. Duncan grew up in a free-spirited and artistic household in California and then moved to Europe. Walkowitz immigrated to the United States from Russia when he was a child and lived most of his life in New York City, where he studied at Cooper Union School and the National Academy of Design.

Walkowitz and Duncan met in 1906 in Paris at the studio of the sculptor Auguste Rodin. Deeply impressed by Duncan’s musicality and expressivity, Abraham Walkowitz’s obsession with the celebrated modern dancer Isadora Duncan sets him apart from the others. Over his lifetime it is believed that he created five thousand images of her, dancing . Because Walkowitz’s renderings of Duncan were produced quickly, they carry an element of improvisational vitality that matches the dynamic energy of her presence onstage. In her introductory essay, author Ann Cooper Albright weaves literary theory, art criticism, and dance history into a fluid narrative to explore how Walkowitz’s drawings realize Duncan’s dancing on paper. Modern Gestures reproduces over fifty watercolors of this unique oeuvre, many of which have never before been published.«  From Ann Cooper Albright  « Modern Gestures: Abraham Walkowitz Draws Isadora Duncan Dancing  » . Ed° Wesleyan ,  2010 

Walkowitz explained, “She was a Muse. She had no laws. She didn’t dance according to rules. She created. Her body was music.” 
When Duncan saw an exhibition of the artist’s work in 1916, she commented: “Walkowitz, you have written my biography in lines without words.”


Abraham Walkowitz's The studio 8 East 23rd Street New York; the picture was taken the year of 1908.(Uncredited)

Abraham Walkowitz’s The studio 8 East 23rd Street New York; the picture was taken the year of 1908.(Uncredited)

Abraham Walkowitz- Isadora Duncan, 3 colored crayon, watercolor, ink and graphite on paper, 1915

Abraham Walkowitz- Isadora Duncan, 3 colored crayon, watercolor, ink and graphite on paper, 1915

Abraham Walkowitz- Isadora Duncan, Leaning Over Watercolor and pen and black ink over graphite on cream wove paper , Nd

Abraham Walkowitz- Isadora Duncan, Leaning Over Watercolor and pen and black ink over graphite on cream wove paper , Nd

Abraham Walkowitz- Isadora Duncan, Leaning Right Watercolor and pen and black ink over graphite on off-white wove paper

Abraham Walkowitz- Isadora Duncan, Leaning Right Watercolor and pen and black ink over graphite on off-white wove paper

Abraham Walkowitz- Isadora Duncan Eight Watercolors each, watercolor, ink and pencil on paper

Abraham Walkowitz- Isadora Duncan Eight Watercolors each, watercolor, ink and pencil on paper

Abraham Walkowitz- Isadora Duncan, Isadora Duncan Dancing, ink and watercolor on paper

Abraham Walkowitz- Isadora Duncan, Isadora Duncan Dancing, ink and watercolor on paper

Abraham Walkowitz- Isadora Duncan, Isadora Duncan Dancing, ink and watercolor on paper, © Hunter Museum

Abraham Walkowitz- Isadora Duncan, Dancing, ink and watercolor on paper, © Reynolda House Museum of American Art © Abraham Walkowitz

Abraham Walkowitz- Isadora Duncan, Dancing, ink and watercolor on paper, © Reynolda House Museum of American Art © Abraham Walkowitz

Abraham Walkowitz - Isadora Duncan Dancing, ink and watercolor on paper

Abraham Walkowitz – Isadora Duncan Dancing, ink and watercolor on paper

Abraham Walkowitz, Isadora Duncan , Nd pen and ink, watercolor and pencil on paper © American Art Museum,

Abraham Walkowitz, Isadora Duncan , Nd pen and ink, watercolor and pencil on paper © American Art Museum,

Abraham Walkowitz, Isadora Duncan , Nd pen and ink, watercolor and pencil on paper © American Art Museum

Abraham Walkowitz, Isadora Duncan , Nd pen and ink, watercolor and pencil on paper © American Art Museum

Abraham Walkowitz, Isadora Duncan , 1909 pencil and pen and ink on paper © American Art Museum

Abraham Walkowitz, Isadora Duncan , 1909 pencil and pen and ink on paper © American Art Museum

Abraham Walkowitz, Isadora Duncan 1916 charcoal on paper © American Art Museum (2)

Abraham Walkowitz, Isadora Duncan 1916 charcoal on paper © American Art Museum (2)

Lecture  : Modern Gestures: Abraham Walkowitz Draws Isadora Duncan Dancing

Egon Schiele

Egon Schiele- Kneeling nude, 1911

Egon Schiele- Kneeling nude, 1911

Egon Schiele- Seated young lady, 1913

Egon Schiele- Seated young lady, 1913

Egon Schiele-Reclining Female Nude, 1918.

Egon Schiele-Reclining Female Nude, 1918.

Egon Schiele-Reclining nude with raised Torso, 1918.

Egon Schiele-Reclining nude with raised Torso, 1918.

Egon Schiele-Nude turned three quarters, 1911

Egon Schiele-Nude turned three quarters, 1911

František Drtikol- Eatching

František Drtikol était également graphiste, peintre et dessinateur. aujourd’hui ceux sont des  dessins et graphiques des années 1910 et 1920 que je vous propose de découvrir. Oeuvres bien moins connues de l’auteur et pourtant d’une rareté et d’une beauté extraordinaire. Ces peintures ont été retrouvées par hasard dans l’héritage de Drtikol . Le thème principal est la Terre-mère, ainsi que le voyage initiatique, elles ont été fort probablement  créées pendant la Première Guerre mondiale.

 

František Drtikol- Untitled ( dancer II) etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled ( dancer II) etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled ( dancer I) etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled ( dancer I) etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled ( archer II) etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled ( archer II) etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled ( archer I) etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled ( archer I) etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled ( Tree of live) etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled ( Tree of live) etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled ( Antique Motive) etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled ( Antique Motive) etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled ( Antique Motive I) etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled ( Antique Motive I) etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled ( Antique Motive III) etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled ( Antique Motive III) etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- mother earth etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- mother earth etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Journey, etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Journey, etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled etching, 1910-20 4

František Drtikol- Untitled etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Untitled etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Golgotha I etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Golgotha I etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Golgotha etching, 1910-20

František Drtikol- Golgotha etching, 1910-20

With the Courtesy of Valtelin

Egon Schiele (Austrian, 1890-1918)

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Egon Schiele -Composition with Three Male Nudes, 1910. Drawing, ( Leopold Museum, Vienna.)

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Egon Schiele, Schlafendes Mädchen (Joven dormida), 1909 Acuarela, pastel y grafito sobre papel,

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Egon Schiele – Torso of a Bending Female Nude with Purple Stockings, 1909

Pablo Picasso Nus

Pablo Picasso- Two figures and a cat, 1902 (source all art )

Pablo Picasso- Two figures and a cat, 1902 (source all art )

 

Pablo Picasso-Scène érotique 1902

Pablo Picasso-Scène érotique 1902

Pablo Picasso- Etreinte 1901

Pablo Picasso- Etreinte 1901

Pablo Picasso- Autoportrait avec nu 1902

Pablo Picasso- Autoportrait avec nu 1902

 

Pablo Picasso-Nu couche et Picasso assis 1902

Pablo Picasso-Nu couche et Picasso assis 1902

Pablo Picasso- Deux nus 1902

Pablo Picasso- Deux nus 1902

Pablo Picasso-Homme nu assis et femme nue debout 1904

Pablo Picasso-Homme nu assis et femme nue debout 1904

Pablo Picasso- Homme et femme 1902

Pablo Picasso- Homme et femme 1902

 

Jugend Magazine

Jugend Magazine is a weekly cultural magazine from late 19th – early 20th Century Germany. Jugend Magazine’s style became influential in the launching of Art Nouveau movement in Germany and give this movement its German name: Jugendstill ( Youth Style) . The term is still used by contemporary graphic designers to refer to German art nouveau works coming from this period.

It would not be an overstatement to say that in Germany Jugend Magazine’s style shaped Art Nouveau movement, which was expanding all over Europe since mid 1800′s. Most typical of Jugendstil was the typography, hand-lettered fonts that heavily influenced computer and graphic design fonts used today.

Hugo Höppener (Fidus). Scene in hades from Jugend Magazine 1896

Hugo Höppener (Fidus). Scene in hades from © Jugend Magazine 1896 Band 2 (Nr. 27-52), page 815  Fidus was the pseudonym used by German illustrator, painter and publisher Hugo Reinhold Karl Johann Höppener

Hugo Höppener (Fidus)- Der Wolken[...] from jugend magazine 1896,  Band 1 (Nr. 1-26), page 60-61

Hugo Höppener (Fidus)- Der Wolken[…] from jugend magazine 1896, Band 1 (Nr. 1-26), page 60-61

Hugo Höppener (Fidus)Die Kugelläuferin1896, Band 1 (Nr. 1-26), page 297

Hugo Höppener (Fidus)Die Kugelläuferin from © Jugend Magazine 1896, Band 1 (Nr. 1-26), page 297

Richard Müller -Auf Freiersfüßen (In courting) ,illustration from Jugend magazine 1914

Richard Müller -Auf Freiersfüßen (In courting) ,illustration from © Jugend magazine 1914 ( printed in color in 1922)

 

you can broswe all the magazine with the link Jugend Magazin

Miroslav Tichý

« I am a prophet of decay and a pioneer of chaos, because only from chaos does something new emerge. »

Miroslav Tichý

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled, 1980’s

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled, 1980’s

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled , 1980s

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled , 1980s (Courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York)

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled 1980s

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled 1980s

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled , -1980 s

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled , -1980 s

Miroslav Tichý-Untitled c. 1980

Miroslav Tichý- Untitled , 1960-80

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled, 1960-80s

Miroslav Tichý- Untitled , 1960-80

Miroslav Tichý - Ohne Titel, 1950-80 Courtesy michael hoppen gallery

Miroslav Tichý – Ohne Titel, 1950-80 Courtesy michael hoppen gallery

Miroslav Tichý  - Untitled, n.d.

Miroslav Tichý  – Untitled, n.d.

Miroslav Tichý -Sans titre 1960 – 1980’s

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled, 1980’s

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled, 1980’s

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled, 1980’s

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled, 1980’s

Miroslav Tichý Untitled, c. 1960s-1980s 1

Miroslav Tichý- Untitled, c. 1960s-1980s

Miroslav Tichý Untitled, c. 1960s-1980s2

Miroslav Tichý Untitled, c. 1960s-1980s

Miroslav Tichý  – untitled, 1960-1980s

Miroslav Tichý, MT Inv. No 2-6, undated, gelatin silver print.

Miroslav Tichý, MT Inv. No 2-6, undated, gelatin silver print.

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled , 1950-1980s

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled , 1950-1980s

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled , 1960-1980s (6)

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled , 1960-1980s

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled , 1950-1980s

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled , 1950-1980s

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled, 1980’s

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled, 1980’s

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled , 1960-1980s (3)

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled , 1960-1980s

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled , 1950-1980s (3)

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled , 1950-1980s

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled , 1950-1980 3

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled , 1950-1980

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled, 1980’s

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled, 1980’s

Miroslav Tichý– Untitled , 1960/80′s

Miroslav Tichý Untitled, nude with violin, 1960s-1980s

Miroslav Tichý Untitled, nude with violin, 1960s-1980s

Miroslav Tichý - Ohne Titel, 1950-80 Courtesy Tichý Foundation

Miroslav Tichý – Ohne Titel, 1950-80 Courtesy Tichý Foundation

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled , 1960-1980s (8)

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled , 1960-1980s

Miroslav Tichý - Ohne Titel, 1979 Courtesy of Christophe Guye Galerie, Zürich

Miroslav Tichý – Ohne Titel, 1979 Courtesy of Christophe Guye Galerie, Zürich

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled, 1980’s

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled, 1980’s

Miroslav Tichý Untitled, c. 1960s-1980s

Miroslav Tichý Untitled, c. 1960s-1980s

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled , 1950-1980

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled , 1950-1980

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled , 1960-1980s

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled , 1960-1980s

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled , 1980s

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled , 1980s

Miroslav Tich‪ý‬- Untitled, 1960-80’s

Miroslav Tich‪ý‬- Untitled, 1960-80’s

Miroslav Tichý- Woman by an ice cream machine nd (source Zelouna Auction House)

Miroslav Tichý- Woman by an ice cream machine nd (source Zelouna Auction House)

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled , 1960-1980s (4)

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled , 1960-1980s

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled, 1970’s

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled, 1970’s

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled, 1970’s

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled, 1970’s

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled , 1960-1980s (7)

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled , 1960-1980s

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled , 1950-1980s

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled , 1950-1980s

Miroslav Tich‪ý‬ – Untitled, 1960-80’s

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled , 1960-1980s

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled , 1960-1980s

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled , 1960-1980s

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled , 1960-1980s

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled , 1950-1980s (5)

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled , 1950-1980s

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled, 1980’s

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled, 1980’s

Miroslav Tichý - Untitled , 1960-1980s

Miroslav Tichý – Untitled , 1960-1980s

Miroslav Tichý, Inv. -Nr. 6-12-7, (catalogue Centre Pompidou)

Miroslav Tichý, Inv. -Nr 4-11-23, (catalogue Centre Pompidou)

Miroslav Tichý-Photogram, depicting author´s drawings with woman nude (source Zelouna Auction House)

Miroslav Tichý-Photogram, depicting author´s drawings with woman nude (source Zelouna Auction House)

MT. Inv. no. 93-74, courtesy Foundation Tichy Ocean

MT. Inv. no. 93-74, courtesy Foundation Tichy Ocean

MT. Inv. no. 93-277, courtesy Foundation Tichy Ocean

MT. Inv. no. 93-277, courtesy Foundation Tichy Ocean

Miroslav Tichý- Photogram, nd (source Zelouna Auction House)

Miroslav Tichý- Photogram, nd (source Zelouna Auction House)

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FOUNDATION Miroslav Tichý

Manuel Rose- Interior of a Café, 1900s from  » Idols of Perversity » Fantasies of Feminine Evil in Fin-de-Siècle Culture by Bram Dijkstra

 

Manuel Rose-  Interior of a Café, 1900s  from " Idols of Perversity" Fantasies of Feminine Evil in Fin-de-Siècle Culture  by Bram Dijkstra

Manuel Rose- Interior of a Café, 1900s from   » Idols of Perversity » Fantasies of Feminine Evil in Fin-de-Siècle Culture  by Bram Dijkstra


Jean Coteau – Lettre autographe signée à l’écrivain surréaliste Georges Hugnet, enrichie d’un dessin à l’encre noire représentant un visage de profil, nd

Jean Coteau -  Lettre autographe signée à l’écrivain surréaliste Georges Hugnet, enrichie d’un dessin à l’encre noire représentant un visage de profil, nd

Jean Coteau – Lettre autographe signée à l’écrivain surréaliste Georges Hugnet, enrichie d’un dessin à l’encre noire représentant un visage de profil, nd

 

« Mes chéris, que devenez vous ? Et mon pauvre fait divers. J’ai peur qu’il ne vous déplaise et que vous n’osiez pas me le dire. Dites le. Je me fiche de l’écriture. Je vous aime. Jean.

Et l’invisible Joseph ? »

Paul Wunderlich German (1927 – 2010)

« Born in Germany in 1927, painter, sculptor and printmaker Paul Wunderlich studied at the Hamburg Academy and after a three year stay in Paris returned to be Professor of the Art Academy there. He now lives and works in Hamburg and for part of the year in France. The German painter studied at the Kunstschule in the orangery of the castle of Eutin. In 1947 he went to the Hochschule fur Bildende Kunste, Hamburg, and studied graphic art. He extended his training by another semester to work under Willem Gremm. In 1951 he was offered a teaching post at the school, which he held until 1961.

In 1963 he became Professor for the Graphic Arts and Painting. Between 1951 and 1952, under the instruction of Emil Nolde and Oskar Kokoschka, he produced prints after their originals. In 1957 he created a series of Tachist paintings, for example S111/57 but he destroyed most of them later.

Towards the end of the 1950s he produced his first figurative prints and paintings. In the beginning their subjects were events from more recent German history, for example the set of lithographs 20 July 1944 (1959; Berlin, Gal. Brusberg), which depicted the execution of the men who had conspired against Adolf Hitler. This subject-matter was increasingly replaced by an eroticism that is partly Surrealist, partly decorative. In 1960 the public prosecutor of Hamburg confiscated such a series of prints.

Paul Wunderlich is professor of graphic art and painting at the University of Fine Arts, Hamburg, is a painter, sculptor and lithographer who lives and works for part of the year in Hamburg and the rest in France.

Married in 1963 to the photojournalist and fine art photographer Karin Szekessy (b. 1939, Essen), he sometimes paints and makes prints from the nude photographs made by Szekessy. Wunderlich belongs to the second generation of Fantastic Realists, sometimes called Magical Realists. These artists have remained faithful to the tradition although the imagery has remained contemporary.

Karin Székessy  Paul Wunderlich Portrait, realist and surrealist. 1965  by Karin Székessy

Karin Székessy Paul Wunderlich Portrait, realist and surrealist. 1965 by Karin Székessy

Karin Székessy  Sans titre [Dans l'atelier de Paul Wunderlich]. 1969

Karin Székessy Sans titre [Dans l’atelier de Paul Wunderlich]. 1969  her Site

Paul Wunderlich-Twilight , 3 lithographs in colours and 3 photography of Karin Székessy 1971

Paul Wunderlich-Twilight , 3 lithographs in colours and 3 photography of Karin Székessy 1971

Paul Wunderlich, the most prominent among them, has developed a style slightly cooler in temperament and more analytical. Often borrowing from classical mythology, he emphasizes the human form within a context that blends together contemporary and historical references. With cool aloofness, Wunderlich transports the viewer into a world of surreal eroticism and aesthetic symbolism. Again and again, Wunderlich spices his Fantastic Realism with a startling dose of irony.

After Picasso and Max Ernst no other artist has contributed as much to the sculpture of painters as Paul Wunderlich. The themes for his sculptures and objects are closely linked to his paintings, drawings and lithographs. Wunderlich sculptures and objects combine the simplicity of an idea with the refinement of the material, and imagination with perfection in shaping something into a perfect form. As an artist, Paul Wunderlich has remained faithful to his own artistic visions.

Over a period of several decades, Wunderlich’s complex and comprehensive body of work has led to numerous exhibitions in museums worldwide. In 1994-95, he had retrospectives in several Japanese museums (Tokyo, Osaka, Hokkaido, Gifu). Wunderlich has been successful in numerous international print competitions and has received many awards. In 1964, he was awarded the Japan Cultural Forum Award, Tokyo; in 1967, he received the Award Premio Marzotti, Italy; in 1970, he was awarded the Gold-Medal in Florence, Italy; in 1978, he received Gold-Medals at the Grafik-Biennale in Taiwan and in Bulgaria.

He lived and worked in Hamburg and Saint-Pierre-de-Vassols (Provence), where he died after a short illnes »Rogallery

 

 

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Paul Wunderlich Liebeszauber Lithographie in 3 Farben aus , 1983

Paul Wunderlich Liebeszauber Lithographie in 3 Farben aus , 1983

Paul Wunderlich Le vieux monsieur Lithographie , 1962

Paul Wunderlich Le vieux monsieur Lithographie , 1962

Paul Wunderlich -Untitled , Lithograph 1962

Paul Wunderlich -Untitled , Lithograph 1962

Paul Wunderlich Lolita Lithographie in 2 Farben 1962

Paul Wunderlich Lolita Lithographie in 2 Farben 1962

Paul Wunderlich Aus meinem Skizzenbuch, 1962 Aquarellierte Original-Lithographie für La Lune en Rodage

Paul Wunderlich Aus meinem Skizzenbuch, 1962 Aquarellierte Original-Lithographie für La Lune en Rodage

Paul Wunderlich- Joanna Posing for Redfern, litho inches,  1968

Paul Wunderlich- Joanna Posing for Redfern, litho inches, 1968

Paul Wunderlich- Bosomfriends II (Goldfinger), 1965

Paul Wunderlich- Bosomfriends II (Goldfinger), 1965

Paul Wunderlich-  Daniela and Ulrike,  gouache, 1971

Paul Wunderlich- Daniela and Ulrike, gouache, 1971

Paul Wunderlich Das Blatt , Lithographie 1971

Paul Wunderlich Das Blatt , Lithographie 1971

 

Paul Wunderlich -Schwarse Wiese , Etching with handcolouring , 1972

Paul Wunderlich -Schwarse Wiese , Etching with handcolouring , 1972

Paul Wunderlich Eine Nymphe Aus Wien , Lithographie 1970

Paul Wunderlich Eine Nymphe Aus Wien , Lithographie 1970

Paul Wunderlich Bien Assise , Lithographie 1970

Paul Wunderlich Bien Assise , Lithographie 1970

 

Paul Wunderlich Hingegossen II, Lithographie 1968 //an example of its job inspired  by that of his wife Karin

Paul Wunderlich Hingegossen II, Lithographie 1968//an example of its job inspired by that of his wife Karin

Paul Wunderlich-Poster art for the Munich Olympic Games in 1972

Paul Wunderlich-Poster art for the Munich Olympic Games in 1972

Paul Wunderlich En Larmes , Lithographie 1972

Paul Wunderlich En Larmes , Lithographie 1972

*****The Song of Songs Which is Solomon’s Aquarius Press, France, publisher. ten color lithographs *****

Paul Wunderlich - From The Song of Songs  Which is Solomon's, 1970 plate I with poems

Paul Wunderlich – From The Song of Songs Which is Solomon’s, 1970 plate I with poems

Paul Wunderlich - From The Song of Songs  Which is Solomon's, 1970 plate II with poems

Paul Wunderlich – From The Song of Songs Which is Solomon’s, 1970 plate II with poems

 

Paul Wunderlich - From The Song of Songs  Which is Solomon's, 1970 plate III with poems

Paul Wunderlich – From The Song of Songs Which is Solomon’s, 1970 plate III with poems

Paul Wunderlich - From The Song of Songs  Which is Solomon's, 1970 plate IV with poems

Paul Wunderlich – From The Song of Songs Which is Solomon’s, 1970 plate IV with poems

Paul Wunderlich - From The Song of Songs  Which is Solomon's, 1970 plate V with poems

Paul Wunderlich – From The Song of Songs Which is Solomon’s, 1970 plate V with poems

Paul Wunderlich - From The Song of Songs  Which is Solomon's, 1970 plate VI with poems

Paul Wunderlich – From The Song of Songs Which is Solomon’s, 1970 plate VI with poems

Paul Wunderlich - From The Song of Songs  Which is Solomon's, 1970 plate VII with poems

Paul Wunderlich – From The Song of Songs Which is Solomon’s, 1970 plate VII with poems

Paul Wunderlich - From The Song of Songs  Which is Solomon's, 1970 plate VIII with poems

Paul Wunderlich – From The Song of Songs Which is Solomon’s, 1970 plate VIII with poems

Paul Wunderlich - From The Song of Songs  Which is Solomon's, 1970 plate IX with poems

Paul Wunderlich – From The Song of Songs Which is Solomon’s, 1970 plate IX with poems

Paul Wunderlich - From The Song of Songs  Which is Solomon's, 1970 plate  X with poems

Paul Wunderlich – From The Song of Songs Which is Solomon’s, 1970 plate X with poems

 

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Paul Wunderlich -Adam und Eva (nach Ingres), 1981

Paul Wunderlich -Adam und Eva (nach Ingres), 1981

Paul Wunderlich -Adam und Eva (nach Durer), 1981.

Paul Wunderlich -Adam und Eva (nach Durer), 1981

Paul Wunderlich -Strabenszene, 1981

Paul Wunderlich -Strabenszene, 1981

 

Paul Wunderlich in his studio by Karin Szekessy, 2000

Paul Wunderlich in his studio by Karin Szekessy, 2000

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