I only learned about Wenzel Hablik a couple weeks ago. His painting is on the cover of a book my daughter has been reading. Soon after I happened upon a video in French about an exhibit at the Musee d’Orsay called “Beyond the Stars. The Mystical Landscape from Monet to Kandinsky” and there was a curator standing in front of his painting, talking about it.
I had no idea it was so huge! My painting is pretty big too. Mine above, his below.
Indeed, he’s got something in common with a lot of things I have painted but I’d never heard of him until very recently. It’s always fun to discover things like this — things I love that I didn’t know I loved until now. More of mine below.
Stars, water and kois have a lot in common!
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Your Koi paintings are superb. I think you are starting to become one with those fishes as the years roll by. The silence of the cold deep speaks so softly…
The koi are really nice animals. I guess they mesmerized me and afterwards I started making the paintings. Thank you, Fritz.