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Galerie Michael Janssen is pleased to present a selection of works from the 1970s by the late German artist Klaus Liebig (* 1936 - † 1996).

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Klaus Liebig studied at the Art Academy in Stuttgart and lived in the Black Forest from 1957 to 1970. It was here that his artistic career began with restless, rhythmically structured landscapes and figurative paintings using a high degree of abstraction and structures reminiscent of cubism. Little by little, Liebig left the influence of Cubism behind him and found his own representational …

Klaus Liebig studied at the Art Academy in Stuttgart and lived in the Black Forest from 1957 to 1970. It was here that his artistic career began with restless, rhythmically structured landscapes and figurative paintings using a high degree of abstraction and structures reminiscent of cubism. Little by little, Liebig left the influence of Cubism behind him and found his own representational imagery.

As a man of many interests, Liebig systematically collected information, texts and reproductions from his various fields of interest, which he organized in circa 200 folders as his own …

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Galerie Michael Janssen
Rudi-Dutschke Straße 26
Berlin, DE