Ludwig Schwarzer - Stilleben in G

Ludwig Schwarzer - Stilleben in G - image-1
Ludwig Schwarzer - Stilleben in G - image-1

Ludwig Schwarzer

Stilleben in G
Circa 1965

Oil on fibreboard 43 x 69.3 cm Framed. Signed 'L. Schwarzer' in black lower margin. Verso signed and titled 'Ludwig SCHWARZER "Stilleben in G" in blue.

Ludwig Schwarzer completed his studies of art at the academy of fine art in his home town of Vienna in the mid-1930s. After his studies, he initially worked there as a fine artist and then moved to Linz in 1945. His early work displays elements of Impressionism, Expressionism and the New Objectivity; around 1960 Schwarzer found his own form of painterly expression, which sometimes recalls the Surrealism of René Magritte. In a trompe-l'œil technique reminiscent of the old masters, he created fantastic visual worlds populated by puppet-like humanoid creatures as well as enigmatically humorous still lifes.


Acquired directly from the artist (ca. 1970); in family possession, Baden-Württemberg, since


Michaela Nagel/Peter Kraft, Ludwig Schwarzer. Der Spiegelfisch. Eine Retrospektive, Linz 2004, p. 48 with illus. 31

Lot 244 D

6.000 € - 8.000 €

6.875 €