The artist responsible for the remarkable collection of geometric designs seen above and below is Lorenz Stöer (c.1537-c.1621), about whom little is known with certainty. He was born in Nuremberg and moved to Augsburg in 1557. He is variously described as a painter and a draughtsman and he may have been the son of a woodcut artist. (more…)
Georg von Welling (1652–1727) was a Bavarian alchemical and theosophical writer, known for his 1719 work – Opus mago-cabalisticum et theologicum : vom Uhrsprung und Erzeugung des Saltzes, dessen Natur und Eigenschafft, wie auch dessen Nutz und Gebrauch …” (1719), (more…)
Before becoming a digital artist, Cristian Boian was a carpenter in his village to Curtea de Arges, Romania. The charm of wood fiber material, the metal grains, the shapes of the reflections on glass and plastics are found in the fact its elaborate digital graphics. But the form of mathematical functions.
One of Sweden’s leading artists and a superb printmaker Bockman has held numerous exhibitions overseas and beyond Swedish public collections. He has work in the National Gallery Oslo, New York’s Public library and Washington’s Library of Congress. As well as being a breeder of racehorses Bockman is also something of a wine connoisseur and has over recent years produced several highly imaginative prints on the theme of wine.