Paul, Peter

Peter Paul was born in Strelitz in 1943. 1965 A-levels in Hamburg; 1965-1966 in Berlin studies at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste with Johannes Geccelli. 1966-1969 he studies at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Hamburg with Paul Wunderlich, Allen Jones, David Hockney. 1969-1974 he lectures in free graphics and graphic techniques at the same institute. From 1974/75 freelances in Ireland; 1976 guest at the Villa Massimo, Rome. He distinguishes himself above all with his drawings and graphic works, which are usually based on an architectural motif and have recently gained in expressive immediacy. In the 1970s, in addition to drypoint etchings, colour lithographs and drawings, Peter Paul developed a relief-like design over paintings. 1980 Study visit to the USA; 1984 in Italy. Exhibitions since 1971 in numerous galleries in Europe and overseas (1991 among others in Germany Kunstverein Augsburg). Works are in private and public collections at home and abroad. This biography is subject to copyright. (c) Evi Kliemand, 1998. All rights reserved. Reproduced with kind permission of the author.

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