Peter Paul:
Picture "Women Church"

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Peter Paul:
Picture "Women Church"

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Limited, 90 copies | Numbered | Hand-signed | Color lithograph | Unframed | Format 65 x 50 cm

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Peter Paul: Picture "Women Church"

The Dresden Women church, created by George Baehr in the first half of the 18th century is famous as the architecturally richest church of the European baroque. In 1945 it was destroyed, and left in that state in the DGR times. In 1994 the sponsors and donators from all over the world started its reconstruction. It was copmpleted in 2005. This occasion was celebrated by the fest. Peter Paul is a master of architectural representation, who creates exciting scenarious through the choice of unusual perspectives, interesting picture abstracts and refined light effects.

Original lithograph in two colors, printed by Matthieu in Dielsdorf near Zurich. Limited edition of 90 copies, numbered and signed by hand. Unframed. Sheet format 65 x 50 cm.

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Peter Paul, born in 1943, was a student of Paul Wunderlich during his studies at the University of Fine Arts in Hamburg and worked together with both Jones and David Hockney. Exhibitions in Basel, Paris, Tokyo, Stockholm, Amsterdam, Hamburg and New York recognize his work. Peter Paul has helped the architectural representation within the modern art to new validity. While possibly Canaletto and Guardi illustrated in the 18th century the reality in their Veduten so faithfully that one could carry out historic reconstructions after their models, the "architectures" are derived from Peter Paul, certainly, from historic buildings, but they increase the reality in the Surreal. For this purpose the artist graphic means, which provides him the medium of lithography available served. Through perspective shifts, spatial overlays and dramatic contrasts Peter Paul achieved exciting effects that allow the viewer to experience the new architecture.

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