Armin Mueller-Stahl:
Picture "Friedrich Schiller" (2014)


Armin Mueller-Stahl:
Picture "Friedrich Schiller" (2014)

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Limited, 180 pieces | Numbered | Signed | Lithograph | Model Framing | Mat | Size approx. 39 x 52 cm

Armin Mueller-Stahl: Picture "Friedrich Schiller" (2014)

Lithograph in colors, 2014. Limited edition of 180 pieces, numbered and signed. Motive size 21 x 31 cm. Sheet size 35 x 45 cm. Framed in elaborate silver-colored solid wood framing with model bevel cut mat. Size approx. 39 x 52 cm.

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Armin Mueller-StahlHe is one of the few German world stars, actors and Hollywood star. Armin Mueller-Stahl, born 1930 in Tilsit, East Prussia, is a multi-talent of diverse creativity. Previously only insiders knew of his great scenic talent. Armin Mueller-Stahl paints how he plays, great.

Armin Mueller-Stahl is one of the artistic multiple talents of German cultural as Hermann Hesse, Ernst Barlach, Gunter Grass and Oskar Kokoschka. He studied concert violinist, is considered perhaps the most important living German actor. But also as a painter, graphic artist, sculptor and writer is Armin Mueller stahl to an expert audience. The versatility is his life philosophy: "painting, writing, music, and drama are easy for me." Armin Mueller-Stahl

At the age of seventy, he had one of the most spectacular: In the Belzberg film Museum joined with 100 works for the first time publicly as a painter. "All my life I have observed attitudes and transfer, I play and draw them". Since half a century, the exhibitions in Potsdam and Schwerin brought amazing depictions of people to light and many biographical snapshots from the film and theatre scene.

Today, with more than 80 years his artistic work and it widely recognized his drawings, his work in oil and acrylic and his watercolour paintings.

The field of graphic arts, that includes artistic representations, which are reproduced by various printing techniques.

Printmaking techniques include woodcuts, copperplate engraving, etching, lithography, serigraphy.

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