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Walter Purschke

by on January 13, 2016

Walter Purschke, deceased artist,  Munnich Germany b. (1924 – 2011).

Walter Purschke was born on April 13, 1924, München Germany.  He began to work with ceramics in his early youth becoming a porcelain artist.  After serving in the German Army Purschke studied with artist G.W. Kielbac in the city of Munnich, Germany.  He later studied under the artist Koenig for portrait and figurative painting.  The details in his paintings, as well as the interesting and provocative scenes, such as chess players in deep thought, smoking their pipes with the smoke curling through the air in a playful manner, is the subject matter Walter Purschke became best known for.  Purschke died in 2011.


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