Christine Hackbarth and Conrad Sevens

[24 April 2014]  

We are happy to present you our new discoveries Christine Hackbarth and Conrad Sevens.

Christine Hackbarth, born 1975 in Germany, completed her art studies at the Academy Faber-Castell in Stein near Nuremberg with honors and the title of master ...

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Christine Hackbarth and Conrad Sevens

[24 April 2014]  

We are happy to present you our new discoveries Christine Hackbarth and Conrad Sevens.

Christine Hackbarth, born 1975 in Germany, completed her art studies at the Academy Faber-Castell in Stein near Nuremberg with honors and the title of master student
in 2013.

Her art works have been shown in group exhibitions in Cape Town, South Africa (2013) and at the Sage Theatre, New York (2014) and are now on display in the Heidelberg ATOS rehab center.

Conrad Sevens, born in 1940 in Dusseldorf, completed his art studies in the years 1962-1965 at the Art Academy in Dusseldorf and from 1966 to 1968 at the Académie des Beaux-Arts in Paris. His art works is in numerous public collections and private property and are regularly presented in exhibitions at home and abroad.

For more information and pictures go to art/artists on this website.

"Riot of colours"

[27 March 2014]  

From the 15th March 2014 art-works by Sonja Edle von Hoeßle and Christine Hackbarth can be admired in the premises of the ATOS rehab center in Luisenstraße 14, 69115 Heidelberg ...

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"Riot of colours"

[27 March 2014]  

From the 15th March 2014 art-works by Sonja Edle von Hoeßle and Christine Hackbarth can be admired in the premises of the ATOS rehab center in Luisenstraße 14, 69115 Heidelberg, directly opposite the ATOS Clinic.

 

Both artists delve deply in the topic of color. This already starts during mixing their oil paints with pigments and linseed oil. A true riot of color is the result, layers of paint applied over layers of paint in playful harmony, producing an incredible riot of colours, which takes the viewer on a journey into dream worlds.

 

Visitors are invited to view the exhibition during practice opening times - these can be found at the following link: http://www.reha-atos.de/de/Kontakt.htm

 

new sculptor in our programme

[15 April 2013]  

We are pleased to introduce you our new sculptor Herbert Mehler.

Among other things Herbert Mehler works with iron, bronze and weathering steel. He creates fancifull and in its form harmonically objects, which wonderfully enter into dialog with the environment.

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new sculptor in our programme

[15 April 2013]  

We are pleased to introduce you our new sculptor Herbert Mehler.

Among other things Herbert Mehler works with iron, bronze and weathering steel. He creates fancifull and in its form harmonically objects, which wonderfully enter into dialog with the environment.

Swans over the Cliffs, Oil on Canvas, 90 x 120 cm, (ca. 1975)

[28 March 2013]  

Dear art lovers and lovers of wildlife-art,

we would like to draw your attention to the last oil paintings from the estate of Manfred Schatz. Should you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us and we ...

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Swans over the Cliffs, Oil on Canvas, 90 x 120 cm, (ca. 1975)

[28 March 2013]  

Dear art lovers and lovers of wildlife-art,

we would like to draw your attention to the last oil paintings from the estate of Manfred Schatz. Should you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us and we would be pleased to help you in a consultative conversation or personal meeting.

Richard Friese: "Lion"

[3 December 2012]  

Richard Friese (1854-1918) studied at the Academy in Berlin, where, after traveling in the orient, in Norway, and as far as the polar regions, he rapidly acquired his present reputation as one of the best animal painters in Germany, especially ...

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Richard Friese: "Lion"

[3 December 2012]  

Richard Friese (1854-1918) studied at the Academy in Berlin, where, after traveling in the orient, in Norway, and as far as the polar regions, he rapidly acquired his present reputation as one of the best animal painters in Germany, especially noted for his vivid delineations of the lion´s life in the desert, and also of the native deer world in the German forest. He was awarded a gold medal in 1886, and elected a member of the Berlin Academy in 1892.

An outstanding example of a lion representation can be found in our "Special Artwork." The framed oil painting measures 50 x 80 cm and it is signed in the lower left corner with "Rich. Friese 91 '".
The master presents us his skills with a very precise fine picturesque style. The lion - his eyes with attentive look forward - seems to have found something. Carefully, he sneaks on a rocky ground down towards us.
In every moment he is ready to pounce on its prey.


Should we have aroused your interest in this artwork, we would be pleased about your contact with us. Perhaps it would also be another treasure for your collection?