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Bahnhof (Hannover) by Gerhard Richter

Bahnhof (Hannover) by Gerhard Richter

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Edition Size: 170

Sheet Size: 58 X 69 cm


Condition: Pristine

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Offset lithograph on wove paper, signed, dated and titled in pencil by the artist. –Bahnhof (Hannover), 1967 by Gerhard Richter is a limited edition lithograph measuring 58 x 69 cm. In this artwork, Richter’s mastery of the medium is evident as he captures the essence of a train station scene. Through his signature blend of abstraction and realism, he creates a sense of movement and atmosphere that draws viewers into the scene. Richter’s ability to convey mood and emotion through his artistic approach makes “Bahnhof (Hannover)” a captivating and thought-provoking piece.

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Gerhard Richter

German artist Richter Gerhard is renowned for both abstract and realistic paintings, glasswork and photography. Alongside contemporaries such as Sigmar Polke and Georg Baselitz, he pioneered the movement known today as New European Painting. New European Painting was an artistic movement that expressed the sentiments in Europe after World War II, such as survival, memories, emotions and post-war life. Gerhard did not limit himself to a single style and cites Picasso and Jean Arp as influences in this regard.

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