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A Sphinx

Ernst Fuchs (Wien 1930 - Wien 2015)


A Sphinx

Lot-No. 552

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1977. Bronze, dark patinated. Ed. Hilliard Collection GMBH, sideways sign. 'Ernst Fuchs', num. copy '124/1000', foundry stamp 'venturi arte'. Figure: h. 19,5 x w. 35 x d. 15,5 cm, marble plinth (slightly chipped): h. 4 x w. 34,5 x d. 20 cm. - Expertise: Certificate by Venturi Arte and Hilliard Collection from 20 December 1977. - Painter, graphic artist and architect, one of the main exponents of Phantastic Realism. Already at the age of 16 he began studying at the Vienna academy, among others under A. Gütersloh, and as early as 1949 he had his first solo exhibition in Paris where he settled in 1950. In 1962 he returned to Vienna where he bought the Otto Wagner Mansions in 1972 that later became the Ernst Fuchs Museum. Mus.: Wien (Ernst-Fuchs-Mus.).

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Ernst Fuchs: A Sphinx


Ernst Fuchs (Wien 1930 - Wien 2015)

A Sphinx

Lot-No. 552

Proceeds : 0,00 €

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1977. Bronze, dark patinated. Ed. Hilliard Collection GMBH, sideways sign. 'Ernst Fuchs', num. copy '124/1000', foundry stamp 'venturi arte'. Figure: h. 19,5 x w. 35 x d. 15,5 cm, marble plinth (slightly chipped): h. 4 x w. 34,5 x d. 20 cm. - Expertise: Certificate by Venturi Arte and Hilliard Collection from 20 December 1977. - Painter, graphic artist and architect, one of the main exponents of Phantastic Realism. Already at the age of 16 he began studying at the Vienna academy, among others under A. Gütersloh, and as early as 1949 he had his first solo exhibition in Paris where he settled in 1950. In 1962 he returned to Vienna where he bought the Otto Wagner Mansions in 1972 that later became the Ernst Fuchs Museum. Mus.: Wien (Ernst-Fuchs-Mus.).

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