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  • Provenance

    Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin

  • Catalogue Essay

    Daniel Richter's paintings are elaborate in their deconstruction and recodification of art history. Drawing a wide range of reference from Goya, Munch, Ensor, to Immendorff and Doig, Richter offers a revisionist position for the crisis of painting in the 21st century. Richter's work is often read with political motive. Working in the genre of epic historical painting, his images are fraught with a painterly anxiety. His work is infused with an apocalyptic energy, reflective of media induced paranoia. Beneath his highly seductive surfaces lies the portent of instability, violence, alienation and ideological subversion of a contemporary world in constant flux. Taking his subjects from pictures found in newspapers, comics, album and book covers, Richter repositions contemporary media imagery in the form of theatrical tableaux that are fantastical and timeless. Richter's paintings radiate with their own internal light, bringing his dreamy scenes of contemporary fable to life with enduring authority.
    Taken from www.saatchi-gallery.co.uk

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Nach dem Frühiling (After the Spring)

2000
Oil and lacquer on canvas.
28 5/8 x 24 3/8 in. (72.7 x 62 cm).
Signed, titled and dated “D. Richter 2000 Nach dem Frühiling” on the reverse.

Estimate
£20,000 - 30,000 

Sold for £21,600

Contemporary Art Evening Sale

Evening Sale
13 October 2007, 4pm
London