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I attach a lot of importance for the tracks of the birth of the drawing.
Godwin Hoffmann is born in Büchenbeuren (Germany) in 1945. He is of Anglo-Saxon and Dutch ascent, son of a Pasteur, graduate of Kunstakademie of Düsseldorf; he settles in France in 1973 and is a professor of art between 1971 and 1999. Very young, he admires the Dutch Masters of the XVII° century, Vincent Van Gohg; very early, he visits museums where he discovers Picasso, Braque or Kandinsky, and . . .
Bibliographic track & more
to read about the artist :
- « Hörst Du meine Hände », D. C. Ochs, Hambourg, 1991
- « L’art au-delà du regard 100 ans 100 artistes », La Nuée bleue, Strasb., 1995
- « Godwin Hoffmann », R. Braxmaier, Bilder aus Baden, Kehl, 2002
- « Livres d’artistes », Cat. collectif, B. N. de Strasbourg, 2006
To read from the artist :
- « Silence un », Cat., Ed. Voix Richard Meier - Ed. du Faisan, Strasbourg, 1987
Website :No website dedicated to the artist.
Stamp by Godwin Hoffmann
The publication of a postal stamp is often a homage paid by a nation to a place, an event, a remarkable cause or a character which count. The painters and other artists do not escape from this rule. Some are however "forgotten" of postal art. Here, gathered below (French or foreign), emitted stamps (206) or simple studies of stamp (224) in homage to the artists represented on our website. The first French stamp was emitted in 1849, England preceded us by ten years. There is often a share of voyage in this small form of shape paper. The stamp circulates, sails, flies away, it makes dream, then dream a little. M.C.
When the stamp is really emitted, the artist name is preceded of an asterisk (*).
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