Title: Van Gogh-Liedtke
Artist: Van Gogh-Liedtke
Innovation Van Gogh: Esspressive Colouring-New Emotion-Oriented Painting Style Based on the Techniques of Japanese Woodblock Prints/ Picture Title: Sunflowers in a Vase/ Artist Van Gogh: 1853–1890/ Innovation Liedtke: Graphic art formula in the image.
Further art-historically documented and scientifically empirical evolutionary steps of art in the Liedtke work
Innovation 1979-1988: Cognitive symbiosis with the work/ The viewer himself becomes a living and breathing work of art. Mirror neurons in the brain of the viewer lead through the work of art, the process of creativity and the understanding of art with the formula to a cognitive fusion of work and viewer.
Innovation 1979-1988: The art formula generates new neuronal connections and synapses as well as epigenetically improved gene programmes of the observer for a re-engaged selective innovation perception and the generation of innovations for self-help, healing and development of creativity.
Innovation: Art Formula
Innovation: juxtaposition of the innovations of different artists in a picture with applied graphics of the art formula
Innovation Technique: Digital Print / Unique Size/Original Artwork with Dieter Liedtke’s DNA in red
Innovation used in the series: art key for any Life + expansion of consciousness = art or old information + new information = evolution
Innovation Henri Toulose – Lautrec: Turns against the academic and symbolic painting of the time / Realistic atmospheric paintings without class distinctions/ Artist Henri Toulose – Lautrec: 1864–1901/Image title: The Toilet 1896
Innovation Henri Fantin – Latour: Develops painting technique to depict the finest elegance / Combines French, Spanish and Italian still-life techniques to create a characteristic of his own/ Artist Henri Fantin–Latour: 1836–1904 / Image title: Still life ‘To the engagement’
Innovation Edouard Manet: Representation of the nude leads to accusations of depraved thoughts / Execution in a deliberately classical painting style/ Artist: Edouard Manet: 1832–1883/ Image title: Breakfast in the open air 1863
Innovation Paul Cézanne: Wise steps towards abstract painting/ Artist Paul Cézanne: 1839–1906/ Image title: Mont Sainte – Victoire, seen from the stone brunch Bibémus 1898–1906
Innovation Ernst – Ludwig Kirchner: Restless Dynamics / Colouring and Curved Lines Create Their Own Rhythm/ Artist Ernst–Ludwig Kirchner: 1880–1938 Image title: The street 1907
Innovation Auguste Renoir: Large surfaces and contours dissolve in the shimmering light—and colour effects / Artist: Auguste Renoir: 1841–1919/ Image title: Galette 1876-77
Innovation Erich Heckel: Differentiation of the colour shades leads to fine coordination of the colour surfaces/ Artist Erich Heckel: 1883-1970/ Image title: Windmill in Dangast 1909
Innovation Karl Schmidt-Rottluff: Broad lines and colour lines, change of natural colours/ Artist: Karl Schmidt-Rottluff 1884-1976/ Image title: Dike breakthrough 1910
Innovation Paul Gauguin: New symbolism and new planar painting technique / Splits large areas into colour nuances and spots / Indigenous equality/ Artist Paul Gauguin: 1848–1903/ Image title: When are you getting married? (‘Nafea faa ipopo?’) 1892
Innovation August Macke: Unity of colour, light and space / Objects dissolve into the play of light and shadow./ Artist August Macke: 1887–1914/ Image title: Girl among flowers 1914
Series title: Art Formula
Working Dates from: 1988–2003
Material: Stretched Canvas
Dimensions: 89cm x 130cm
Original-Work N°: 1/7
Art historical value expertise: Artinvest
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