Ingo F. Walther


Born
Berlin, Germany
Died
April 21, 2007

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Ingo F. Walther was born in Berlin in 1940 and studied medieval studies, literature, and art history in Frankfurt am Main and Munich. He has published numerous books on the art of the Middle Ages and of the 19th and 20th centuries.

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“When children paint, they express their ideas rather than their perception, and when Picasso had recourse to such a technique, then that was his personal response to his approaching death.”
Ingo F. Walther, Pablo Picasso, 1881-1973: Genius of the Century

“Changes in societal structure and in art would possess more creditbility if they had their origins in the soul & spirit. If people read the words of the prophets with closer attention, they would find the keys to life. -Marc Chagall”
Ingo Walther, Marc Chagall

“Yet it was precisely these points which marked out van Gogh's own view of beauty, based on the people in his environment, who were admittedly not beautiful, but who embodied his idea of truth.”
Ingo Walther, Van Gogh Complete Paintings

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