Print 26” x 20”
Edition: Numbered 268/310 Not Signed
Unframed and unsigned.
Condition Note; Sleight crease. See Photograph.
Wunderlich’s artistry is linked to “Fantastic Realism,” a unique and distinctive style developed around 1950 by a group of young European artists who chose images from their dream visions as subject matter. Often erotically charged, these fragmented universes brought together both exotic and everyday elements. In the tradition of the Surrealists, the Fantastic Realists chose to work with precise images and details culled from visual memory, then combined in strange and dreamlike ways.The head or torso emphasizes the role of the individual and the personal nature of the reality projected.
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