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    Art Brokerage: Georg Baselitz German Artist: b. 1938. Georg Baselitz (born 23 January 1938) is a painter who studied in the former East Germany, before moving to what was then the country of West Germany. Baselitz's style is interpreted by the Northern American as Neo-Expressionist, but from a European perspective, it is more seen as postmodern. His career was kick-started in the 1960s after police action against one of his paintings, (Die groe Nacht im Eimer), because of its provocative, offending sexual nature. In the 1970s, Georg Baselitz was part of a group of Neo-Expressionist German artists, occasionally identified as Neue Wilden,focusing on deformation, the power of subject and the vibrancy of the colors. He became famous for his upside-down images, he is seen as a revolutionary painter as he draws the viewer's attention to his works by making them think and sparking their interest. The subjects of the paintings don't seem to be as significant as the work's visual insight. Through out his career, Baselitz has varied his style, ranging from layering substances to his style, since the 1990s, which focuses more on lucidity and smooth changes. Baselitz is one of the world's best-selling living artists. He is a professor at the renowned Hochschule der Künste in Berlin. Listings wanted.

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Grunes Tuch 60x40 Huge Limited Edition Print - Georg Baselitz

Georg Baselitz

Grunes Tuch 60x40 Huge

Limited Edition Print: Lithograph, Hand Signed, From the edition of 60

Size: 60x40 in  | 152x102 cm
Huge Limited Edition Lithograph $3,400
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