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Matthias Lidy

1954
Austria

37 Works exhibited on Kooness

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Works by Matthias Lidy

Untitled 9

2014

21 x 30cm

Untitled 8

2014

24 x 30cm

Untitled 10

2009

30 x 21cm

Fraumburg

2010

18 x 45 x 5cm

1800,00 €

Untitled 5

2010

30 x 24cm

Voodoo I

2016

40 x 50cm

Solo Rojo

2016

70 x 50cm

Untitled 7

2015

21 x 30cm

Untitled 2

2015

21 x 31cm

Sandsturm

2017

43 x 43cm

1490,00 €

Figur im Wind II

2016

9.5 x 34cm

1100,00 €

Me gusto Tenerife

2016

100 x 84cm

4890,00 €

Zwei Damen

2016

10 x 33cm

980,00 €

Magic forest

2016

53 x 53cm

1980,00 €

Feuer im Wald

2015

39 x 39cm

1490,00 €

Different Lady

2004

11 x 35cm

2400,00 €

Water-Wind-Sun

1997

39 x 26cm

1700,00 €

Figuren

2010

12 x 45.5cm

980,00 €

Pink-Love

2016

52 x 72cm

1980,00 €

Sunrise

2010

52 x 57cm

2290,00 €

Untitled VI

2013

31 x 21cm

720,00 €

Vulcano II

2011

60 x 80cm

3890,00 €

Untitled V

2015

21 x 30cm

790,00 €

Untitled IV

2011

31 x 26cm

720,00 €

Untitled III

2002

26 x 31cm

720,00 €

Untitled II

2018

23 x 28cm

720,00 €

Untitled I

2017

28 x 23cm

720,00 €

Voodoo II

2014

40 x 50cm

1490,00 €

Untitled

2002

24 x 30cm

790,00 €

Vision

2013

12 x 24cm

2890,00 €

Walk on the Wild Side

2005

10 x 35cm

1900,00 €

Feuerstrauch

2017

43 x 43cm

1490,00 €

Wind and Fire

2016

53 x 53cm

1980,00 €

Anywhere

2017

53 x 53cm

1980,00 €

Vulcano

2017

43 x 43cm

1490,00 €

Sommerschauer

2015

39 x 39cm

1470,00 €

Feuer

2016

39 x 39cm

1470,00 €

Matthias Lidy was born in 1954 in Seewinkel, Austria. In 1991 he came in contact with the painter Martha Jungwirth, who taught him when was attending the International Sommerakademie in Salzburg. Lidy’s work can be described as emotional, intuitive, and explosive. His color palette is warm and reminiscent of southern climes with bright vibrant colors that remind of the artist’s frequent visits to Tenerife. Fauvist colorfullness is the dominant element in Matthias Lidy’s paintings. Colors are visualized feelings, a key element of human perception and for the artist a creative factor of elemental power. His sustainable sculptures and statues are mainly made from waste metal products. The materials were taken from our consumer society. In the last ten years he has created sculptures from bronze, copper, brass, stainless steel. The already broad and respectable range of his aesthetic conceptualization and design continued to evolve, leading us to be curious for new facets and areas of emphasis in his work. Works by the artist can be found in the Infeld Collection and the Albertina Vienna, among others – as well as in auction houses in Germany and abroad.