Klaus Fussmann, ‘Stillleben’, 1975, Painting, Oil on canvas, Van Ham
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Klaus Fussmann

Stillleben, 1975

Oil on canvas
19 7/10 × 23 3/5 in
50 × 60 cm
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Van Ham

50 x 60cm

Signed and dated lower right: Fußmann April 1975. Craftman's frame

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Klaus Fussmann
German, b. 1938
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Klaus Fussmann’s energetic works show a verdant world where nature is in constant celebration. Deeply inspired by the innumerable idiosyncrasies of flowers and landscapes, Fussmann pushes his subjects to a place of impressionistic abstraction. Both thin and thick outlines often surround the bold swatches of color in each rendering. Following the spirit of natural variety, Fussmann employs myriad media, including oil, watercolor, gauche paint, as well as several methods of print making and even painting on ceramics. Inspired by the costal landscape and atmosphere near the Baltic Sea where he lives, Fussmann depicts both his vision and feeling of the world.

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Van Ham

50 x 60cm

Signed and dated lower right: Fußmann April 1975. Craftman's frame

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Klaus Fussmann
German, b. 1938
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Klaus Fussmann’s energetic works show a verdant world where nature is in constant celebration. Deeply inspired by the innumerable idiosyncrasies of flowers and landscapes, Fussmann pushes his subjects to a place of impressionistic abstraction. Both thin and thick outlines often surround the bold swatches of color in each rendering. Following the spirit of natural variety, Fussmann employs myriad media, including oil, watercolor, gauche paint, as well as several methods of print making and even painting on ceramics. Inspired by the costal landscape and atmosphere near the Baltic Sea where he lives, Fussmann depicts both his vision and feeling of the world.

Klaus Fussmann

Stillleben, 1975

Oil on canvas
19 7/10 × 23 3/5 in
50 × 60 cm
Bidding closed
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