Artists

Paul Flora

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    PAUL FLORA
    MONSIEUR CORBEAU MIT NARRENKAPPE - 2003
    Radierung handkoloriert
    Auflagenhöhe: 200 Exemplare
    19,8 x 24,5 cm (39,6 x 44,3 cm)
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    PAUL FLORA
    VENEZIANISCHE STILLE - 1983
    Radierung handkoloriert
    Auflagenhöhe: 100 Exemplare
    11,7 x 15,8 cm(29,5 x 39,2 cm)
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    PAUL FLORA
    KATZE, VÖGEL UND KUGELN - 2001
    Lithographie handkoloriert
    Auflagenhöhe: 200 Exemplare
    25 x 34,9 cm (35 x 45,2 cm)
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    PAUL FLORA
    DER SALTNER
    Radierung handkoloriert
    Auflagenhöhe: 200 Exemplare
    19,6 x 24,2 cm (39 x 43,3 cm)
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    PAUL FLORA
    MARIONETTENTRIO - 2002
    Radierung handkoloriert
    Auflagenhöhe: 150 Exemplare
    19,7 x 24,6 cm (38,8 x 44,5 cm)
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    PAUL FLORA
    HARLEKIN UND VOGEL - 1984
    Tusche, Farbstifte auf Papier
    18,1 x 24,2 cm (24,8 x 29,8 cm)
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    PAUL FLORA
    UNERHOFFT KOMMT OFT - 2005
    Tusche, Farbstifte auf Papier
    20,7 x 25,6 cm (24 x 33 cm)

Paul Flora was born in South Tyrol in 1922. In 1928 his family moved to Innsbruck. From 1942 to 1944 he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich. Flora was recruited into the army in 1944 during World War II. After his American war time captivity, he returned to Innsbruck in 1945. Ever since then he was a freelance artist. He worked as an illustrator for several newspapers. In 1966 he joined the Biennale in Venice. Flora died in Innsbruck in 2009. In the beginning of his artistic career he was strongly influenced by the art of Alfred Kubin. Already before 1950 he had radically broken with the dense hatching and had turned to the fine, thin line, delicate drawing. Consequently, he developed a fine distinctive line technology. His ironic, sarcastic drawings received international recognition.