Elvira Bach:
Bild "Auf der Erbse" (2010)

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Elvira Bach:
Bild "Auf der Erbse" (2010)

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Limitiert, 99 Exemplare | nummeriert | signiert | Farbradierung auf Bütten | ungerahmt | Format 60 x 46 cm

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Elvira Bach: Bild "Auf der Erbse" (2010)

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Original-Farbradierung 2010. Auflage 99 Exemplare auf Bütten, nummeriert und handsigniert. Ungerahmt. Motivgröße 44,5 x 32 cm. Blattformat 60 x 46 cm.

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Elvira Bach is one of the most famous women artist in Germany. “I express my state through what I know, forefeel, dream of or hope for. Here it goes about the question of beauty and this the most important thing for the artist.

In this words Elvira Bach expressed the essence of her art. She was born in Neuenhain, Taunus on June 22, 1951.

At the beginning of the 70s Elvira came to Berlin, where she studied at the University of the Arts under the supervision of prof. Trier.

The starting point of her art is she herself and her inner word. That is why she joined the representatives of the “Wild Style” movement, which reached its highest point at the beginning of 80s.

She got her world fame since the documenta 7 in Kassel. This was followed by exhibitions in the significant artistic centers as London, Paris and in Guggenheim Museum, New York. In her studio in Kreuzberg, Berlin Elvira Bach experimented with colors and forms. Here appeared large-sized works with marvelous colorfulness and imposing strokes. She painted women portrayals with passion. In them you can often find the artist herself: emancipated big city ladies and sensual women which bind families and carrier. Her paintings became softer, less shrill.

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