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Nine Objects / Neun Objekte by Gerhard Richter

Gilden's Art Gallery (IFPDA)

Offset Lithograph


Edition Size: 80

Sheet Size: 44.9 x 44.9 cm


Condition: Excellent

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Born in Dresden 1932 (German)

Title: Nine Objects / Neun Objekte, 1969

Technique: Original Hand Signed, Dated and Numbered Portfolio with 9 Offset Lithographs on firm wove paper

Paper size: 44.9 x 44.9 cm. / 17.7 x 17.7 in.

Additional Information: This is Portfolio with 9 Offset Lithographs Hand Signed and Dated by the artist “Richter, 1969” in pencil at the lower right margins.
It is Hand Numbered in pencil “51/80” on the lower left margin.
The Portfolio includes the outer folder with title page and justification page.
It was co-published by Galerie Heiner Friedrich and Verlag G. v. Pape, Munich in 1969 in a limited edition of 80 copies with a few artist’s proofs.
It was printed by Hoppe & Werry, Mulheim an der Ruhr.

Note: In this portfolio Richter produced very elaborate optical illusions. He constructed the nine three-dimensional objects himself and photographed them in everyday environments.
Then he had the photographs professionally retouched so that the constructions appeared spatially impossible. He then re-photographed the reworked images and printed them using offset technique.

1. Butin, Hubertus. 2013. Catalogue Raisonne. Gerhard Richter: Editions 1965-2013. Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern-Ruit.
Reference: Butin 26 a-i. (Previously 1971: no. 18, 1993: no. 20)

Condition: Excellent condition.


The Artist

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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