Georg Baselitz Gallery
Georg Baselitz, Straßenbild
Georg Baselitz Winterschlaf
Georg Baselitz Roter Vogel, 1971
Georg Baselitz Nachtessen in Dresden
Georg Baselitz Ich esse stenk
Georg Baselitz Essl-Museum
Georg Baselitz - Das Naturmotiv
Georg Baselitz Acker
I always work out of uncertainty but when a painting's finished it becomes a responsive idea, apparently a final statement. In time though, uncertainty returns.. your thought process goes on.
Video: Georg Baselitz
In the 1970s, Baselitz was part of a group of Neo-Expressionist German artists, occasionally identified as "Neue Wilden," focusing on deformation, the power of subject and the vibrancy of the colors.
He became famous for his upside-down images. He is seen as a revolutionary painter as he draws the viewer’s attention to his works by making them think and sparking their interest.
The subjects of the paintings don’t seem to be as significant as the work’s visual insight. Throughout his career, Baselitz has varied his style, ranging from layering substances to his style, since the 1990s, which focuses more on lucidity and smooth changes.