Georg Pfahler (1926 – 2002)

Artist: Georg Pfahler (1926 - 2002) German  Acrylic on canvas  Measures 33x27 inches  Ferret Art Museum Collection.

Artist: Georg Pfahler (1926 – 2002) German
Acrylic on canvas
Measures 33×27 inches
Ferret Art Museum Collection.

Artist: Georg Pfahler (1926 - 2002) German  Acrylic on canvas  Measures 33x27 inches  Ferret Art Museum Collection.

Artist: Georg Pfahler (1926 – 2002) German
Acrylic on canvas
Measures 33×27 inches
Ferret Art Museum Collection.

Artist: Georg Pfahler (1926 - 2002) German  Acrylic on canvas  Measures 33x27 inches  Ferret Art Museum Collection.

Artist: Georg Pfahler (1926 – 2002) German
Acrylic on canvas
Measures 33×27 inches
Ferret Art Museum Collection.

Artist: Georg Pfahler (1926 - 2002) German  Acrylic on canvas  Measures 33x27 inches  Ferret Art Museum Collection.

Artist: Georg Pfahler (1926 – 2002) German
Acrylic on canvas
Measures 33×27 inches
Ferret Art Museum Collection.

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georg_Karl_Pfahler

Georg Karl Pfahler received his first artistic training at the Nuremberg Art Academy in 1948, which was followed by further classes at the Art Academy in Stuttgart, until 1954. His teachers were Manfred Henninger, Karl Hils, Gerhard Gollwitzer and Willi Baumeister, who deeply influenced his early works. In 1956, Pfahler was involved in the founding of the ‘Group 11’ in Stuttgart, whose members were inspired by Action Painting and the Informel. In the late 1950s, Pfahler was highly interested in ‘Formative Art’ and finally focused on the so called ‘Hard Edge’ movement.
Georg Karl Pfahler was an internationally renowned artist and also taught as an academy professor in Nuremberg, between 1984 and 1992.

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