George Classen, German Artist "Pharaoh"

ABOUT GEORGE CLASSEN

Modern Artist

George Classen’s world of art is dominated by a profound knowledge of classical music and ancient history, transforming his inspiration into endless variations of form and colour, fusing the acoustic with the visual.

Miami Herald, 1991

George Classen’s works show traits of abstract, cubist and occasionally surrealist art (e.g. Robert Delaunay, Pablo Picasso). Some of his works have an ornamentation that resembles works of art nouveau and, in terms of painting technique, resembles works by Gustav Klimt or works by Friedensreich Hundertwasser.

Fr. Breidenstein, Art Critic, Berlin

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George Classen’s paintings are an invitation to follow the excursions of his inspiration and thereby casually succumb to the magic of his shapes and colours.

Explore

George Classen’s paintings are an invitation to follow the excursions of his inspiration and thereby casually succumb to the magic of his shapes and colours.

“Make your own rules and stick to them.”

George Classen

“Make your own rules and stick to them.”

George Classen

Interpretation

Every human being is seizing the environment in many different ways and possesses multiple possibilities of interpretation.

Transformation

The viewer should interpret the work of the artist on his own and allow a “transformation of the unseen” which means making the unseen viewable.

Interpretation

Every human being is seizing the environment in many different ways and possesses multiple possibilities of interpretation.

Transformation

The viewer should interpret the work of the artist on his own and allow a “transformation of the unseen” which means making the unseen viewable.

Exhibitions

Recognition at exhibitions in Frankfurt, Hamburg, Berlin and Munich in the late 1970s convinced George to devote his time and talent exclusively to art. His journey continued across seven countries, seventeen cities, and twenty-eight galleries.

Exhibitions

Recognition at exhibitions in Frankfurt, Hamburg, Berlin and Munich in the late 1970s convinced George to devote his time and talent exclusively to art. His journey continued across seven countries, seventeen cities, and twenty-eight galleries.