Hamburg, 1978. Bronze with brown patina, 22 x 14 cm, bottom right sign. and dat. 'Küte 78', sideways foundry mark 'Guss Barth Elmenhorst', num. '16/300'. - German sculptor. K. studied with the help of a stipend from the 'Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes' 1960-66 at the Hamburg Academy under Gustav Seitz, finally as his master student. He was member of the BBK and the Hamburg Free Academy. He composed numerous sculptures for the public space. His figures in classical style refer to his occupation with egyptian and greek examples. The artist lived and worked in Hamburg. Publ. coll.: Hamburger Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, SHLM Schleswig, Bremer Kunsthalle, Rendsburg u.a. Comp.: Der Neue Rump.