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Salomé (d.i. Wolfgang Cihlarz) (1954), Rosenthal artist‘s plate “Leben, Liebe, Hoffnung“, 1986.


including VAT (differential taxation according to §25a UStG.)

Porcelain plate, glazed and printed in colors, 26 cm diameter, copy 874/3000. Very good condition.

Provenance: Private collection, Offenbach am Main.


Numbered and with printed signature, date and title on the base.

Condition: Very good condition with small traces of rust in the area of the glued hanger on the base.

With glued hanger on the base.

Artist’s plate no. 22 from the limited art series of Rosenthal GmbH.


The German artist Salomé studied with Ulrich Knispel and Karl Horst Hödicke at the Academy of Fine Arts in Berlin. With his expressive-figurative painting, he is one of the most famous representatives of the Neue Wilden. The subjectively extroverted works that emerge during this time often address his homosexuality. The artist lives and works in Berlin.

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Salomé (d.i. Wolfgang Cihlarz) (1954)



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