Author(s): Wieland Schmied
Explore the graphic work of Hundertwasser with this lavishly produced introduction to the artist.
Friedensreich Hundertwasser was a painter. He created original graphic works--lithographs, silkscreens, mixed media, etchings, and aquatint as well as Japanese woodcuts. This bibliophilic gem is a Hundertwasser original, the first book designed and laid out by the artist himself. Bound in black linen, foil-embossed, and printed in six colors, this book features illustrations of all 71 of Hundertwasser's graphic works created between 1951 and 1976. Each work is given a full-page and is accompanied by a Hundertwasser poem or quote printed in silver on a black page. The book also contains an introduction and critical texts that make it indispensable for fans of Hundertwasser and lovers of beauty.