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Erich Paulsen

by on January 22, 2013

Erich Paulsen was born in 1932 in Treuenbrietzen, Kreis Jüterbog.

Mr. Paulsen was born in 1932 in Treuenbrietzen, Kreis Jüterbog.  He moved with his parents to West Germany after the war.  He went to the Meisterschule der Malerei in Hamburg where he studied the great artists with resolve.

Mr. Paulsen’s main love is that for capturing landscapes on canvas.  He enjoys painting the area around him and Northern German coastline areas.  Paulsen’s paintings are well recognized not only by his strong sense of color, but also his very personalized palette knife technique.  This combination gives the subjects of paintings such appeal that people are drawn to his paintings, and feel part of his landscapes. He also has great appreciation for the beauty of the rivers and sometimes will have the Ems, Weser and Elbe rivers in his landscapes.

As an art student, Paulsen traveled to Italy, France, Spain, Scotland and Norway to expand his knowledge of painting and to experience the feeling of the landscapes of other countries as well as Germany.  Mr. Paulsen has had exhibits for his work throughout Germany and has also been successfully received internationally, USA, Stockholm, Sweden, Oslo, and Norway.  Paulsen’s paintings are on permanent exhibition with the Arnot Gallery, New York.

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