ARNULF RAINER

After 1954, Rainer's style evolved towards Destruction of Forms, with blackenings, overpaintings, and maskings of illustrations and photographs dominating his later work. He was close to the Vienna Actionism, featuring body art and painting under the influence of drugs. He painted extensively on the subject of Hiroshima such as it relates to the nuclear bombing of the Japanese city and the inherent political and physical fallout. From Wikipedia


 

Arnulf Rainer,
Kopfschmerz ( Headache, Self-portrait), 2001
Etching on coloured Offset Print on Buetten,
Signed and Numbered, 64/100 in Pencil
Paper Size 78 x 56cm, Image Size 60 x 40cm

Price: 2600 euro


 
 

Arnulf Rainer,
Überdeckte Überdeckung, 1960
Drypoint,
Signed , Titled and Numbered, 89/99 in Pencil
Paper Size 45.4 x 54.8cm, Image Size

Price: 2600 euro