Karl Weschke Karl Weschke Karl Weschke Karl Weschke, The Meeting, 1974 Karl Weschke, The Fire Eater Karl Weschke, Leda and the Swan Karl Weschke, Seated Figure Karl Weschke, Rider on the Moor, 1997 Karl Weschke, The Nile near Kom Ombo Works by German-born, St. Ives-based artist Karl Weschke (1925 - 2005)--
‘The Nile near Kom Ombo’, Karl Weschke, 1994 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘The Nile near Kom Ombo’, Karl Weschke, 1994 Weschke went to Egypt, on an organised tour, in 1990 and again in 1992. His work already showed his fascination with the notion of immensity, and the powerful effect on him of the ancient sites was inevitable. He travelled south from Cairo to Aswan, by way of Giza and the Valley of Kings at Luxor. Kom Ombo is on the eastern bank of the Nile north of Aswan. While awed by the antiquity of such things as the unfinished obelisk near…
Karl Weschke - “murky, viscous and ominously placid”
The blockbuster Banksy vs Bristol exhibition (the opening day of which I reviewed here ), was largely the business of walking round Bristol...
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