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Ulrich Lamsfuss

2004 Oil on Canvas The paintings of Ulrich Lamsfuss reproduce images found in a wide variety of media, from National Geographic, travel and fashion magazines to cinema and art history. He painstakingly duplicates each image, working his way across a feint pencil grid with the numbing precision of a computer plotter, square by square, top left to bottom right. Built up in oil over several long weeks, they are the very opposite of the sources on which they are based, momentary snapshots captured in a fraction of a second.

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by pooch

submitted March 17th 2013

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Ulrich Lamsfuss
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So what does this represent?
5 years ago
"man on fire"
5 years ago
nice shoes...
5 years ago
It's a commentary on flamers who wear Italian shoes without socks
5 years ago
Its my hindquarters the next day after getting level 5 spicy Thai food. I ordered extra rice dammit, and you call that extra rice?
5 years ago
Not happy with the subject of this so called art.
5 years ago
thats a nice mucho tag the artist put on the painting...
5 years ago
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