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Ernst Fuchs: The Golden Bible

A Special Exhibition

February 1 - May 31, 1999


Exhibition of selected color illustrations from the Golden Bible by the Viennese Painter Ernst Fuchs. 80 full color reproductions of his finest paintings and etchings are included in this unique work of art which the 67-year old artist called "the crowning accomplishment of my creative work."

As a Master of the tradition hunderds of years old, the Viennese painter Ernst Fuchs commands the techniques of the old masters. Although the visions of his work have no equal, there is some parallel with Hieronymus Bosch.

Ernst Fuchs is the great artistic universal genius at the end of the 20th century - a painter, sculptor, architect, composer, theater set designer, writer and thinker all in one person. The leading representative of the "Viennese School of Fantastic Realismus" has already at a young age gained admission into the great art lexicons - a legend during his lifetime.

Since his youth, Ernst Fuchs has had a preference in his paintings and etchings for biblical themes. His style shows influences both of symbolism and art nouveau

In his visions, painted in the perfection of the old masters, Ernst Fuchs has in his unique position among the living artists. He belongs the those artists whose works are in the greatest demand by art collectors.

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Clarence, New York 14031

Telephone (716) 759-6078


The Museum presents selected works of 20th century European artists. The permanent collection includes sculptures, lithographs, marble reliefs, and paintings by the famous, as well as by young and promising artists from France, Austria, Switzerland, Italy and Spain. The gallery gift shop has a fine collection of limited edition sculptures, lithographs and woodcuts.


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