George Classen, German Artist "Floral"

Floral

No. L-006 “The Mountain Sylph” Collection

The Mountain Sylph is an opera in two acts by John Barnett to a libretto by Thomas James Thackeray, after Trilby, ou le lutin d’Argail by Charles Nodier. It was first produced in London at the Lyceum Theatre in 1834 with great success. (Wikipedia)

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

Artworks

  • George Classen, German Artist "Continental Movement"
  • George Classen, German Artist "Floral"
  • George Classen, German Artist "Play of Colours"
  • George Classen, German Artist "Slyph I"
  • George Classen, German Artist "Ancient Lady's Dream"
  • George Classen, German Artist "Windows"
  • George Classen, German Artist "Formation in Blue"
  • George Classen, German Artist "Lightning Fire"
  • George Classen, German Artist "Slyph II"
  • George Classen, German Artist "Atmosphere"
  • George Classen, German Artist "Beach"
  • George Classes, German Artist "Trees"
  • George Classen, German Artist "Gold Fever"
  • George Classen, German Artist "Physiognomic Landscape IV"
  • George Classen, German Artist "Flower Palace"

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