Markus Lüpertz, born in 1941 in Reichenberg in Bohemia, is known as an eccentric painter prince. However, he reap the international recognition for his artistic production. In his extensive oeuvre, representational and abstract work. Emerged "dithyrambic" works whose stylistic features are especially pathos, theatricality and classicizing components In the 60s and 70s. Especially in the 80s, Lüpertz paraphrases works of the Classicist Nicolas Poussin. Again you can make a new plant section in the 90s. The Bible and legends are now not only paintings but also in the sculpture on the subject. Again a new work section, you can make up in the 90s. The Bible and legends are now not only in paintings but also in sculpture on the subject. Here he is concerned with basic human emotions such as loneliness or failure. Markus Lüpertz demands its place in the world with a few words: "There is no remedy for me, I am like the rain I will bring you the flowers to bloom, the earth to breathe, and the world in you to find tolerable. Rejoice, for I have the fear you take heed to yourselves before my pictures depends on you from turning with the face to the wall but I ask you, let me live." After studying art in Krefeld and Dusseldorf 1956-61 he moved to Berlin. With his figurative painting, he is ranked among the "Jungen Wilden", which replaced the abstract informally in the 60s. So his motives often reduce individual items that it sets monumental in Scene. Markus Luepertz taught at the State Academy of Art in Dusseldorf. As its rector from 1988 to 2009 he was succeeded by Joseph Beuys. The artist lives and works in Berlin, Dusseldorf and Karlsruhe. His works can be found worldwide in many leading collections and museums of modern art again. The works of Markus Lüpertz are wanted and usually sell out quickly. He has excellent prospects for dynamic performance.
Markus Lüpertz$ 5.582,33 (4.900,00 EUR)