Rudolf Hausner:
Picture "Trip Day 3b"

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Limited, 350 copies | Numbered | Hand-signed | Lithography on handmade paper | Unframed | Format 55.5 x 75.5 cm

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Rudolf Hausner: Picture "Trip Day 3b"

Lithography, printed at Matthieu, Dielsdorf/Switzerland, on Rives handmade paper. Limited edition of 350 copies, numbered and signed by hand. Format 55.5 x 75.5 cm.

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Portrait of the artist Rudolf HausnerRudolf Hausner, 1914-1995, is considered the most outstanding representatives of the Vienna School of Fantastic Realism. In the 50s he became famous when he started to present in his works through the leitmotif figure of "Adam": "I can see the world only by myself!"

Rudolf Hausner's Œuvre is unique. All attempts to classify it in the usual categories of art history, must fail. Years ago, Wieland recognize Smith in the only psychoanalytic painter Hausner of Rudolf as equivalent enter into his reality and subconscious. The artist created the art character of Adam in his image because he knew no one better and deeper and was able to convey, as himself. "Painting, I enter into my subconscious and find important basics for my existence", Rudolf Hausner described his own contribution to the international surrealism.

With this guiding principle, the artist has created a form of the twentieth century: the curious, enlightened, helpless, but also skeptical contemporaries, who wants to go to the bottom of things. Identifying us with him, his work on the individual points. The collective self portrait of modern man succeeded in Hausner.

The chronology of his activities of the exhibition reads like a bulleted list of the cultural hotspots of the world: 1959 documenta II, Kassel; 1960 Guggenheim Museum, New York; 1963 Biennale Sao Paulo; 1980 Kunstlerhaus Vienna; 1982 Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, Lisbon.

In 1994, the city of Vienna honoured Rudolf Hausner, who held professorships in Hamburg and in Vienna, with a major retrospective

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