About Artist: Heinrich Siepmann (* 30 November 1904 in Mülheim an der Ruhr ; † 16 December 2002 ) was a painter and belonged to the second generation of Constructivism He studied from 1925 to 1927 at the Folkwang School in Essen at Josef Urbach , Charles Kriete and Joseph Enseling . In 1948 he was co-founder of the artist group " young West "in Recklinghausen . Already Siepmanns early still representational works from the 1930s and 1940s, fascinated by a strict compositional image building, and closely related to the time of his life with Mülheim artists developed in the postwar years its way into the nonobjective, geometrizing abstraction consistently. Together with Thomas Grochowiak ,Emil Schumacher , Ernst Hermann , Hans Werdehausen and Gustav Deppe he belonged in 1948 to the founding members of the initiated in Recklinghausen artist group " junger westen "who wanted to contribute to the art dictation by the German Nazis, the region of the Rhine and Ruhr to make again a cultural landscape. After Siepmann by the influences of his fellow artists, the formal rigor in favor of informal structures left at short notice in the 1960s, he turned to the end of the decade and especially in the 1970s increasingly an idiom to which color and shape on the screen as an independent image means comprehends and this shows in compositionally perfectly harmonious balanced compositions. Siepmanns greatest merit it is perhaps that in spite of its calculated creations always a lyrical moment inherent in the works.
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