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BERNARD SCHULTZE: DAS GROSSE FORMAT (Bernard Schultze: The Large Format). Ed. by Evelyn Weiss. Josef-Haubrich-Kunsthalle, Cologne, 1994. Organized by Museum Ludwig, Cologne. Published by Hirmer Verlag, Munich. 290 pp. with 211 ills. (177 col., 3 foldout). 33 x 28 cm. ISBN 3777464902 In German; foreword, five essays and biographical chronology also in English.
Features excellent full-page reproductions of 111 large-scale paintings and mixed-media drawings produced from 1981 to 1994 by prominent German artist Schultze (b. 1915), a major figure in the Tachist movement whose lyrical canvases are composed of densely arrayed tendrils and fragments of vibrant color that evoke surreal landscapes and organic forms in dynamic transformation. Three critical essays discussing the labyrinthine structures of Schultze's visionary paintings are supplemented by two texts by the artist describing his affinities with Ensor and Elsheimer and by an extensive biographical chronology illustrated with examples of his well-known Migof sculptural environments of the 1960s and many other works.
Artist(s):Schultze, Bernard
Indexing: Western, Europe — Germany — Post-1970 — Painting
Plans: 01,05,13,15,20
Worldwide Number: 024864
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