This very aesthetic work by the artist Reinhold Knapp was created in memory of the Italian artist Giogio Morandi, who became known for his still lifes. Above all, he drew and painted vessels such as bottles. The art dealer Vitale Bloch wrote in 1954: "... the majority of them [the works] are restrained in color and chiaroscuro. And what then changes is the reciprocal, almost 'interpersonal' relationship between the objects. This reciprocal relationship is dealt with dynamically in the present work by Reinhold Knapp: it is continuously rebuilt and disappears again.
Reinhold Knapp (b. 1942) lives and works in Erlangen, Germany. He studied electrical engineering and computer science, worked as an advertising manager and filmmaker, founded the multimedia agency "Dialog Design" in 1982 and has been working as a freelance artist for more than 20 years (painting,...More details