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"Fruit Basket 2010 27x31" by Heinz Scholnhammer - Motivated $3,900
Fruit Basket 2010 27x31 Original Painting by Heinz Scholnhammer
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Heinz Scholnhammer

"Fruit Basket 2010 27x31"

Hand Signed : Low Right
Condition : Excellent
Not Framed : Not Framed
Purchased from : Private Collector 2010
Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
LID : 79416
Heinz Scholnhammer - Austria

Art Brokerage: Heinz Scholnhammer Austrian Artist: After having finished his studies, the native-born Viennese travelled to the Netherlands and Germany, laying emphasis on creative stimulation, to finally settle down in Turin in Italy, his new adopted country. By establishing contacts with important Italian artists such as Antonio Carena, Lucio Fontana and Piero Ruggeri he was able to widen his sphere of artistic activities. Heinz Schölnhammer realized in his photorealism paintings with great passion the NEW REALISM (HYPERREALISM), an artistic style that requires an analytical eye for detail. Numerous exhibitions and the participation in many international competitions followed. By winning various awards and by the fact that critics and art collectors were full of praise for him, the artist became a talking point. Mentions in art journals (for instance in “Arte Italiana per il Mondo” or “Bolaffi”) and art encyclopaedias emphasize the longstanding international interest in the artist and his paintings. Long-term exhibitions in the prestigious art gallery “SAN GIORGIO” in the Italian city Portofino resulted in great success for Heinz Schölnhammer in art galleries in the United States, too (in Houston, Dallas, New York, Los Angeles, Carmel and other cities). In Germany the artist is represented in the first-rate galleries of Harry Mensing (Munich, Hanover, Cologne, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Constance, Sylt, Mallorca/Palma). In Austria his works were exhibited mainly in Salzburg and Vienna.