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Pantheon Drawing

Till Felix Hallauer



Size: 15.7 W x 11.8 H x 0 D in

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The art of Giambattista Tiepolo inspired this kind of drawing. The figures floating around in a heavenly space, look like modern members of a multicultural society or like members of a modern "Pantheon".

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Drawing:Chalk on Paper

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Size:15.7 W x 11.8 H x 0 D in

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When Hallauer started studying fine arts in 1986, one of the topics he particularly focused on was the drawing and painting of the human body placed in different pictural spaces. During study visits to London, Paris and Venice he had the opportunity to draw sketches of paintings by Tiepolo, Tintoretto, Rubens and other painters. Since then his artwork has been influenced by the baroque handling of human figures. However, he developed his very own repertoire which enables him to "play" with every imaginable depiction of human figures in pictorial spaces. Although the figurative works have been dominating until today, abstract paintings have come into being, too. At first sight, Hallauer´s work seems to be divided into three independent work groups: Many images deal with mythological influences, mostly in a more or less ironical manner. Others show nudes and human figures - either „floating“ or surrounded by shapes and colours which might evoke impressions of nature or architecture. Finally, there are the abstract paintings. They are dealing with natural and cosmic cycles, however, avoiding any depiction of visible reality. At second glance, however, the connecting links between his works are clearly discernible: the distinctive handwriting and the fascination with nature and mankind, captured by shape and colour. Together the works thus show complementary views of the same artistic position. Hallauer lives and works as an professional artist, art teacher and musician in Saarbrücken, close to the French border. At times when Hallauer is not exhibiting his artworks he is concerned with his musical projects.

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