Posted in Art, girls, paintings by okkame on April 28, 2011

by Katharina Wulff



Katharina Wulff, who was born in Germany and now spends much of her time in Morocco, creates extraordinary, often fantastic, pictures of women and their inner lives. Her eclectic, inconsistent style, which draws inspiration from varied pictorial sources, both historical and contemporary, is always rooted in her own subjective experience of the world. As such, Wulff’s intense paintings are devoid of irony but full of mystery and humour.



Some of her paintings remind me of James Ensor. In want of high-res scans (you can view some here) of her works !



how lovely looking this book is; 



Katharina Wulff
Hardback – 36 Pages – Full-colour images throughout
Text by John Hutchinson
15 euros

Click here to order ››



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