Wolfram Aïchele

Wolfram Aïchele (born 29 April 1924, in Freiburg im Breisgau, died 9 June 2016 in Paris) was an artist from Baden-Württemberg in Southern Germany.
His work has been exhibited in America, Germany, France, Belgium, Switzerland, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.
His paintings have been acquired by the French state, the City of Paris, The Museum of the History and Art of Luxemburg, the State of Baden-Württemberg, the Federal Bank of Germany and Daimler-Benz, as well as many private collectors.
Son of the distinguished animal artist, Erwin Aichele,Aïchele’s Third Reich childhood is the subject of a 2011 book by the author and historian Giles Milton (who is also his son-in-law). It is called Wolfram: The Boy Who Went To War.
Aïchele’s work has been the subject of a number of critical studies, notably Franz Elgar’s Wolfram.Wikipedia









 
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