Paul Wunderlich, Adam und Eva, Lithograph, 1960
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Paul Wunderlich (1927-2010) – German painter, graphic artist and sculptor
Signed ‘Wunderlich‘ and numbered ‘1/10’ in pencil, signed ‘Wunderlich’ and dated ‘III. 16. 1960’ mirror-written on the stone
Printed by Paul Wunderlich, Hamburg
Catalogue raisonné: Riediger 146
Image dimensions: 54.7 x 64 cm; sheet dimensions: 61.5 x 86.2 cm
The left margin of the lithograph in colors is folded 7 cm wide, the margins are slightly soiled and bear occasional mostly soft creases. The overall impression is good. The image measures 54.7 x 64 cm, the sheet 61.5 x 86.2 cm.
Paul Wunderlich (1927-2010)
Paul Wunderlich, a German painter, sculptor and printmaker predominantly depicted erotic figures. In 1947 he began his printmaking-studies at the Hamburg School of Art under Willi Tietze and Willem Grimm. After his studies he worked there as a lecturer and later as a professor, too. During this time he also printed for other artists, for example for Emil Nolde and Oskar Kokoschka. Wunderlich was awarded numerous prizes during his lifetime. (fea)
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