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"Aida 1978" by Paul Wunderlich - Lithograph $1,600
Aida 1978 Limited Edition Print by Paul Wunderlich
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Paul Wunderlich

"Aida 1978"

  • Limited Edition Print : Lithograph on Paper

    Size : 30x22 in  |  76x56 cm
    Framed : 37x28 in  |  94x71 cm
    Edition : Upon Request

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Hand Signed : Signed in Pencil And Numbered, Center Margin
Condition : Excellent
Framed with Glass
Purchased from : Private Collector 1980
Story / Additional Info : Part of Metropolitan Opera Suite I: 8 artists produced 250 limited editions.
Certificate of Authenticity : Circle Gallery / Metropolitan Opera Suite I
LID : 60436
Paul Wunderlich - Germany

Art Brokerage: Paul Wunderlich German Artist: b. 1927. Paul Wunderlich was born in Eberswalde in 1927. He studied at the Kunstschule in the orangery of the castle of Eutin. In 1947 he went to the Hochschule fur Bildende Kunste, Hamburg, and studied graphic art. He extended his training by another semester to work under Willem Gremm. In 1951 he was offered a teaching post at the school, which he held until 1961. In 1963 he became Professor for the Graphic Arts and Painting. Between 1951 and 1952, under the instruction of Emil Nolde and Oskar Kokoschka, he produced prints after their originals. Paul Wunderlich is professor of graphic art and painting at the University of Fine Arts, Hamburg, is a painter, sculptor and lithographer who lives and works for part of the year in Hamburg and the rest in France. Over a period of several decades, Wunderlich's complex and comprehensive body of work has led to numerous exhibitions in museums worldwide. In 1994-95, he had retrospectives in several Japanese museums (Tokyo, Osaka, Hokkaido, Gifu). Wunderlich has been successful in numerous international print competitions and has received many awards. In 1964, he was awarded the Japan Cultural Forum Award, Tokyo; in 1967, he received the Award Premio Marzotti, Italy; in 1970, he was awarded the Gold-Medal in Florence, Italy; in 1978, he received Gold-Medals at the Grafik-Biennale in Taiwan and in Bulgaria.