Walter Lindner (1936 - 2007)

 

Palast Theater
ink, wash and gold leaf over monotype,

1999
50 x 62cm

Sold

 

 

Finsternis (Darkness)
ink, wash and gold leaf over monotype,f

1999
50 x 60cm

 

 

Beetle Wars
ink, wash and gold leaf over monotype,

1985
13.5 x 19cm

Sold

 

Abstrakte
ink, wash and gold leaf over monotype, 1993
50 x 50cm

 

 

Vinum II (Wine)
ink, wash and gold leaf over monotype, 1996
28 x 46cm

 

 

Abstrakte in Gelben
ink, wash and gold leaf over monotype, 1986
50 x 50cm

 

 

Komposition

ink, wash and gold leaf over monotype, 1985

 

 

Harlekin Fest

ink & wash over monotype with gold leaf, 1996

50 x 62cm

 

 

Zinnober (Vermilion)

oil over monotype with gold leaf, 1998

34 x 43cm

 

 

Wetterhahn
monotype, 1971

20 x 20cm

 

 

Abstract Formen

monotype, 1975
24 x 18cm

 

 

Fische
monotype, 1974
15 x 15cm
 

 

 

Faces Trio

monotype, acrylic and gold leaf, 1986

44 x 34cm

 

 

Walter Lindner (1936-2007).

Art collector Simon Hearnden unearthed the highly accomplished monotypes of this enigmatic Berlin artist whilst visiting him in 2006. A recent association with David Simon Contemporary sees a selection of Lindner’s work being shown at the gallery ahead of a major solo exhibition at the gallery in 2018.

 

Over four decades Lindner perfected his technique, creating monotype prints onto paper from glass plates painted with oils; the basis for his unique, hand-finished, original works. Approved one-off prints were then embellished, often adding gold leaf. Lindner’s techniques attracted attention by his Berlin university tutors and fellow artists. Lindner exhibited annually at the Frankfurt Art Fair for 40 years. Exhibitions of his work in Germany were successful in the 70s and 80s, but Lindner was a reluctant publicist.

 

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