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Hermann Lederle


Germany

7 Works exhibited on Kooness

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Works by Hermann Lederle

Two Blue Fish

2006

30.48 x 30.48cm

1119,19 €

MIA

2002

48.26 x 48.26cm

1865,32 €

Rock Face

2000

107 x 127cm

5782,50 €

Head

1999

30.48 x 30.48cm

1305,73 €

Halfsides No. 2

2004

91.44 x 91.44cm

3730,65 €

Ambrosial

2021

50.8 x 50.8cm

1865,32 €

Hermann Lederle is a critically admired artist currently living and working in Los Angeles.  He studied in Germany and received a formal fine arts education at the San Francisco Art Institute.  His work has been widely exhibited in prominent galleries in the U.S. and Europe and may be found in the private collections of notables including Ringo Starr and Eric Stolz, Cal Zecca, Gabor Csupo.

Lederle’s artistic process begins with an initial grid-like foundation.  On that, he layers an image, perhaps fish, birds, or human faces. The oil paint on gold leaf has a dramatic effect.  The appearance of the painting varies relative to the lighting in the room.  Indirect light brings the gold to the foreground and the painted imagery becomes silhouetted as if backlit, while indirect light the gold recedes, and the details of the figure emerge with more prominence, as if the light is inverting the painting as a whole.  The final effect is harmonious.