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Ernst Peter Rade

Ernst Peter Rade, born on July 3, 1938, developed his artistic talent in various studios before moving to the Federal Republic of Germany for further training. There he acquired numerous skills, for example in the areas of portraiture, caricature and color techniques, and further developed his skills in the areas of sculpture, free graphics and illustration.

A versatile artist, Rade masters numerous techniques and works on a wide range of subjects, from representational motifs to abstract compositions. His work includes oil paintings, watercolors, acrylics and sculptures, reflecting the wildlife as well as travel sketches, religious themes and interpretations of literature and classical music.

His colorful paintings radiate calm and harmony and are often reminiscent of the works of Lyonel Feininger. With a special feeling for colors and shapes, Rade creates sought-after collector's items that have been successfully presented in numerous solo and group exhibitions, including in cities such as Dortmund, Bochum, Essen, Stuttgart, Munich, Lübeck and Hamburg.

The fascination of Rade's work lies in its diversity and the masterful combination of drawing talent and painterly flair. His bright areas of color and abstract compositions, often named after pieces of music, captivate the viewer and invite them to lose themselves in the depths of his art. With an impressive career and a remarkable range of artistic skills, Ernst-Peter Rade remains a captivating figure in the world of art.

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