Born near Münster, Germany in 1952, Alfred Gockel’s was only eight when his first work was published. He went on to study at The University of Applied Sciences Münster in the Department of Design. When he finished his studies he went on to be the founder of the publishing company AVANT ART. He started to gain a lot of popularity in the US in 1985 and from then to 2006 more than 130,000,000 open editions of his work was sold. He also has skills in etching, woodworking, and sculpting with multiple mediums. His main inspirations are Picasso, Mirò, Chagall, Dali and Dürer which shows in his dynamic abstract pieces.
Depicted in this piece are multiple abstract figures playing music and dancing. His use of bold, black lines and a variety of vivid colors makes the painting very dynamic. The white color of the figures playing music draws the viewers attention to the center and the smaller couple. You can see in this painting some influence from Picasso and Chagall.
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