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Johann Georg Müller. 1913–1986

Catalogue of Works on Paper. Volume 1: The Colourful Works

Johann Georg Müller is one of the most diverse artists to emerge from the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate.
His early works are traditional in style: his portraits and nudes display academically precise observation. Cubist influences came to the fore in the 1950s; a decade later, working as a graphic artist, Müller’s felt-tip pen achieved a delicacy that he retained until the end. Numerous designs document commissions for architectural décor; the recently rediscovered overpainted nude photographs of the 1970s have a special quality.


More than 2,400 works provide a comprehensive insight into Müller’s visual world: This section of the three-volume catalogue raisonné shows his colourful works on paper.

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"Johann Georg Müller. 1913–1986"

April 2013

ISBN 978-3-86678-840-4

24,00 x 31,00 cm

388 Pages

2684 colored and 16 b/w illustrations

Hardcover, bound, with dust-jacket

Languages: German

Editor

Werner Scholzen

Text by
Urs Roeber

Graphic design by
Schön & Gut, Düsseldorf / Kathrin Süße

Events
Exhibition: „Johann Georg Müller“, 31.5-7.7.2013, Künstlerhaus Metternich, Koblenz, 23.8. - 22.9.2013, cubus kunsthalle, Duisburg, 4.10.2013-5.1.2014, Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Graphisches Kabinett, Ludwigshafen

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