Norbert Prangenberg, ‘Untitled’, 1985, Print, Two screenprints in colors, Rago/Wright
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Norbert Prangenberg

Untitled, 1985

Two screenprints in colors
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Rago/Wright

29.625" x 21.875" (sheet, each)

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Both signed and dated
Norbert Prangenberg
German, 1949–2012
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Influenced by his training as a silversmith and goldsmith and his early work as a designer and craftsman, Norbert Prangenberg creates large ceramic sculptures, small paintings, ethereal drawings, and prints that abound with vitality and tactility. His wide-ranging output is the result of his interest in experimentation and his deliberate avoidance of what he sees as the confines of a definitive style: Tengu (09.11.09) (2009), for example, is a playful, richly saturated and expressive composition that evokes flowers and nature, while Für Caspar (01.01.09) (2009) from the same year is a muted near-monochrome. As Prangenberg explains, he aims “not to use the same style, or not to have to find a style.”

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About the work
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Rago/Wright

29.625" x 21.875" (sheet, each)

Medium
Signature
Both signed and dated
Norbert Prangenberg
German, 1949–2012
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Influenced by his training as a silversmith and goldsmith and his early work as a designer and craftsman, Norbert Prangenberg creates large ceramic sculptures, small paintings, ethereal drawings, and prints that abound with vitality and tactility. His wide-ranging output is the result of his interest in experimentation and his deliberate avoidance of what he sees as the confines of a definitive style: Tengu (09.11.09) (2009), for example, is a playful, richly saturated and expressive composition that evokes flowers and nature, while Für Caspar (01.01.09) (2009) from the same year is a muted near-monochrome. As Prangenberg explains, he aims “not to use the same style, or not to have to find a style.”

Norbert Prangenberg

Untitled, 1985

Two screenprints in colors
Bidding closed
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