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Werner Stürenburg was a German mathematician who became a painter, graphic artist and sculptor, bequeathing an oeuvre of some 700 works, the bulk of which was executed in the years 1972 - 1978 and 1983 - 1985, his 24th - 30th and 35th - 37th year. His last work was created in 1997.

This site serves to introduce to his oeuvre to the extent it is documented photographically and to track his development to my best knowledge by giving comments as time permits. None of these works is for sale.

On the contrary, there is great interest in reuniting the entire work. So if you are in possession of one or more of his works, please » contact me, even if there is no interest in selling them now.

A first introduction to his work in form of an interview and a short resume is given in Credo .

 Signature explains why he signed as /Signature. Short version: is nobody. doesn't even have a surname. This again has to do with his experience of painting.

The most interesting thing, of course, is to look at the reproductions. I am always surprised at how very funny many works are.

*Gift of » © Dr. J. Raasch


 
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