Gerhard Richter

IV. 1978 - Studie für ein abstraktes Bild
1978

Gerhard Richter, IV. 1978 - Studie für ein abstraktes Bild
© Gerhard Richter

Acrylic on cardboard on wood

31 × 47 cm | 12 1/4 × 18 1/2 in

Signed twice, dated "78" and titled "IV. 1978“ on the verso

Photographs of the study are illustrated on page 407 in Richter’s "Atlas"

Registrated at Studio Gerhard Richter, Cologne

Provenance

Private Collection Berlin

Exhibitions
  • Galerie Ludorff, "Gerhard Richter. Abstrakte Bilder", Dusseldorf 2013
  • Michael Schultz Gallery, "Gerhard Richter: Abstract Spirit", Seoul, Korea 2011
Literature
  • Galerie Ludorff, "Gerhard Richter", Dusseldorf 2013, p. 53
  • Gerhard Richter, "Atlas", Köln 2006, p. 407.

About Gerhard Richter

Influenced by post-war abstraction, Gerhard Richter began working intensively on abstract painting towards the end of the 1960s. Initially, however, he only created portraits and still lives based on photographs which, through their specific image detail and blurring, alienate reality.

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