Elke Nebel Peace (2022)

  • Top provenance - Signed piece unique
  • Sensual Nude - Female figure in bright red
  • Contemporary painter and video artist
  • Former student of Jörg Immendorff in Düsseldorf


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Product number: 31130
Category Malerei
artist Nebel, Elke
year 2022
Title Peace
size 1 Sheet 106,0 x 78,0 cm
material Ink, coloured on laid paper
edition Unique
signature Lower right signed and dated: Elke Nebel 2012 Verso titled, signed and dated: Red Woman Elke Nebel 2012
publication -
Provenance Studio of the artist
The Painting is in a very good condition
Sheet slightly marked from handling.
Elke Nebel was born in 1975 in Kleve.
Nebel studied from 1997 to 2002 at the Staatliche Kunstakademie Düsseldorf under Jörg Immendorff.
In 2004, she received the Dusseldorf Prize for Fine Arts. From 2009 to 2011 she was a lecturer at the Staatliche Kunstakademie Düsseldorf and in 2012 she completed a visiting professorship at the Kunstakademie Münster.
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Features and remarks

This is a large original painting on paper by Elke Nebel.The work is from her current creative phase in 2022 and clearly refers to the recent war in Europe.

Nebel often works on phenomena of the infinite and cyclical repetition in her art. Here, she works figuratively and throughout with red ink alone:

As if from the subconscious, an erotic female body emerges. Hands clasped behind her back, the nude bends backwards. Her curves fill the page. The sensual, naked forms emerge from the washed red colours. The convergence of the luminous material reinforces the random emergence of the composition - mist is playing a game with our perception here.

One quickly thinks of the Rorschach test from psychology when looking at this material - what we recognise in the shapes of colour, which seem random, is also what we put into it as an interpreter.

A sensual and luminous unique piece by the Immendorff student for your collection.