Gerhard Richter Catalogue Raisonné. Volume 5

Nos.806-899-8 1994-2006

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Date of publication January 2020

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Gerhard Richter Catalogue Raisonné. Volume 5
Nos.806-899-8 1994-2006

Translated with commentary by Dietmar Elger, graphic design by Gabriele Sabolewski, text(s) by Dietmar Elger

Series: Gerhard Richter. Catalogue Raisonné

German, English

2020. 600 pp., 700 ills.

clothbound with dustjacket

25.00 x 29.00 cm

ISBN 978-3-7757-3230-7

Gerhard Richter‘s œuvre contains more than three thousand individual works of art. Over a period of five decades he has created a stylistically diverse and complex body of work, which confirms Richter’s rank as the most important artist alive today. The six-volume scholarly catalogue raisonné of all the paintings and sculptures features numerous full-page color reproductions of the works, as well as complete technical information on all of the art and the artist’s handwritten notes, as well as provenance, exhibitions, and reference literature. Commentary, quotations, and comparative images of individual catalogue items round out the material.

GERHARD RICHTER (*1932, Dresden) studied under Karl von Appen and Heinz Lohmar at the Dresden Kunstakademie (Art Academy) in the 1950s. In 1961 Richter fled to West Germany, and much of the art he had made up until that point had to be left behind or was destroyed. Today his work commands some of the art market’s highest prices for works by a living artist.

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