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Baselitz also wasn't too thrilled about the art market in Germany. "There's a market for art (in Germany), and things are indeed going swimmingly, especially for German artists," he said. "But everything takes place in America and in London, where there are quite a few wealthy, engaged people." This Baselitz work is titled "Kunst auf dem Kopf," or "Art on its Head."

Baselitz also wasn't too thrilled about the art market in Germany. "There's a market for art (in Germany), and things are indeed going swimmingly, especially for German artists," he said. "But everything takes place in America and in London, where there are quite a few wealthy, engaged people." This Baselitz work is titled "Kunst auf dem Kopf," or "Art on its Head."

Artist Georg Baselitz (German: 1938) - Ahnenstunde (2012)

Artist Georg Baselitz (German: 1938) - Ahnenstunde (2012)

Still Life  Georg Baselitz (German, born 1938)  1976-77. Oil on canvas,

Still Life Georg Baselitz (German, born 1938) 1976-77. Oil on canvas,

Georg Baselitz (German, b. 1938), Ralf-Kopf, 1965. Oil on canvas, in artist’s frame, 100 x 81 cm.

Georg Baselitz (German, b. 1938), Ralf-Kopf, 1965. Oil on canvas, in artist’s frame, 100 x 81 cm.

Georg Baselitz (German, b. 1938), Kopfbild, Ralf W.-Penck, 1969. Oil on canvas in artist’s frame, 162.5 x 130 cm.via contemporaryartstudy

Georg Baselitz (German, b. 1938), Kopfbild, Ralf W.-Penck, 1969. Oil on canvas in artist’s frame, 162.5 x 130 cm.via contemporaryartstudy

thunderstruck9: “ Georg Baselitz (German, b. 1938), Der Baum [The Tree], 1966. Oil on canvas, 135.5 x 79 cm. ”

thunderstruck9: “ Georg Baselitz (German, b. 1938), Der Baum [The Tree], 1966. Oil on canvas, 135.5 x 79 cm. ”

Christa Dichgans searches fro the unfamiliar and surreal hidden within everyday life. As such, her paintings reflect the shifting themes and motifs that have occupied her personal life at various times : toys appeared in paintings from the early '60s after the birth of her son.  German, b 1940, Berline, Germany, Based in Berline

Christa Dichgans searches fro the unfamiliar and surreal hidden within everyday life. As such, her paintings reflect the shifting themes and motifs that have occupied her personal life at various times : toys appeared in paintings from the early '60s after the birth of her son. German, b 1940, Berline, Germany, Based in Berline

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