Tuscany Cities in: Classic meets Post Modern by Iz Maglow

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"Classic meets Post Modern" / Tuscany Cities by Iz Maglow (2/4)

Iz Maglow presents with the topic: "VIS A VIS: Classic meets Post-Modern" more "head-creatures", who walk around between expressive drawings of architectures of Renaissance and Post-Modern times.

Günter Wirth wrote in Stuttgarter Zeitung in 1984 about the drawings and figures of German artist Iz Maglow "...The fact that they don't remind at Schanz or Antes, creates a felling of seeing something new, as figures full of a beautiful restlessness, that communicates itself to the context of the drawings, too. At least we start corresponding with these very vigorous drawn artwork..."
 

VIS A VIS

VIS A VIS
lead and color pencil, print color and acrylic on paper,
1984, 50 x 70 cm
24384147
private collection
Stuttgart / Germany
 

VIS A VIS / M-M

VIS A VIS / M-M
lead pencil, print color and acrylic on paper,
1984, 50 x 70 cm
24384083
private collection
Berlin / Germany
 

VIS A VIS / VENTURI

VIS A VIS / VENTURI
lead pencil on paper,
1984, 50 x 70 cm
24384084
 

VIS A VIS / THREE : ONE

VIS A VIS / THREE : ONE
lead pencil, print color and acrylic on paper,
1984, 50 x 70 cm
24384143
 

VIS A VIS / RIVERSIDE

VIS A VIS / RIVERSIDE
lead pencil, print color and acrylic on paper,
1984, 50 x 70 cm
24384144
 

VIS A VIS / ON THE SQUARE

VIS A VIS / ON THE SQUARE
print color, lead and color pencil on paper,
1984, 50 x 70 cm
24384142
 

VIS A VIS

VIS A VIS
lead pencil, print color and acrylic on paper,
1984, 50 x 70 cm
24384145
private collection
Stuttgart / Germany

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