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Artistic Portraits

René Magritte in his Studio in front of The Pilgrim, 1967.

German photographer Lothar Wolleh was one of the leading photographers of the 20th century. Until the end of the 1960s, Lothar Wolleh worked as a commercial photographer. He took portraits of international contemporary painters, sculptors and performance artists. Altogether, he photographed about 109 artists, including known personalities such as Arman, Georg Baselitz, Joseph Beuys, Dieter Roth, Jean Tinguely, René Magritte, Günther Uecker, Gerhard Richter, Edward Kienholz, Otto Piene and Christo.

Man Ray in his Parisian Studio, 1967.

Gerhard Richter in front of his Dusseldorf Studio, 1969.

Georg Baselitz in his Mulheim Studio, 1971.

Josef Beuys in Stockholm, 1971.

Niki de Saint Phalle in Milan, 1971.

Edward Kienholz in Berlin, 1975.

Sonia Delaunay in her Paris Apartment, 1978.

Henry Moore in his London Studio, 1979.

Portrait of Arman in 1963.

Egon Overbeck, Chairman of Mannesmann, 1970.