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Günter Fruhtrunk (1923-1982): Grüne Akzente

Günter Fruhtrunk (1923-1982): Grüne Akzente

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Günter Fruhtrunk



Grüne Akzente



Silkscreen print






28 x 28 cm



Edition Panderma, Basel



1966, published 1977



Signed in pencil 



Edition Panderma, Carl Laszlo, Basel

Galerie von Bartha, Basel

Private Collection, Basel


Condition / Restauration 

mint archival condition 



Joachim Albrecht (born September 5, 1913 in Kolberg, † April 9, 1997 in Hamburg) was a German artist and an important representative of constructive art. He traveled to Amsterdam, Stockholm, Prague, Vienna, Italy and France from 1931 to 1934. Albrecht studied at the Kunsthochschule Königsberg. During the Second World War, he served as a soldier and was taken prisoner of war from 1945 to 1947. In 1953 he made his first screen prints; In 1957 he became a member of the Deutscher Künstlerbund. He is considered one of the most prominent artists of the concrete-constructive direction in the second half of the last century. Under the influence of Auguste Herbin and Victor Vasarely Albrecht developed in the early 1960s his style, which discovered the area as an independent space. As a member of the "Neue Gruppe Hamburg" he received the Edwin Scharff Prize of the City of Hamburg in 1964. Joachim Albrecht was professor at the College of Fine Arts Hamburg. Thus, Joachim Albrecht also had a decisive influence on artists such as Max Hermann Mahlmann, Winfried Gaul and Timm Ulrichs.

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