Thomas Schütte


Thomas Schütte


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Edition Size:
73 x 53 cm (28.74 x 20.87 in)
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About the Artwork

Thomas Schütte has produced watercolor sketches of friends and acquaintances as well as numerous self-portraits. These works were often created in sequence, approaching the same subject numerous times as a means of engaging with the changing nature of the sitter. Each new approach captures a particular emotional state or specific moment in time.

"I don’t want to keep producing commodities any more; I want to build permanent things instead – things that remain."

Thomas Schütte

The portrait of Paloma is suffused with self-discolosure, as if the quest for self-identity is doomed trough the questioning pose of the woman. Yet Schütte is a precise, even lyrical draughtsman, depicting Paloma features with fine gossamer lines in monochromatic ink.

About the Artist


Thomas Schütte (born 1954) is a German contemporary artist. Schütte's multidisciplinary work ranges widely, from early architectural installations to small-scale modeled figures and proposals for monuments, from extensive series of watercolors, to banners, flags, and photographs.

About the printing Technique

Weng Contemporary Etching

Artists from Rembrandt to Picasso have used etching to create some of their most famous works. Etching has often been combined with other intaglio techniques such as engraving or aquatint.