Bachmaan, Hermann (1922-1995) Cross. (1970-80s)
Graphics, thick paper
Lower right – Bachmann 40/90
Hermann Bachmann was a gifted and virtuoso painter, repeatedly stylized as a painter for artists. This is understandable given his great respect among friends and fellow artists.
Hermann Bachmann was born in 1922 to the sculptor and painter Hermann Bachmann. Between 1936 and 1941 he studied at the College of Applied Arts in Offenbach am Main. In addition to his studies, he took private drawing and painting lessons from the artist Otto Fischer-Lamberg. From 1949 he was in contact with the artists Max Pechstein and Karl Hofer. In 1952, his work was shown for the first time in Berlin, and so he decided to move there in 1953. In 1957 he received the Berlin Art Prize. In the same year he began teaching at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Berlin, where he received the title of professor in 1961.
|Dimensions||64.8 × 50 cm|
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