BOLD paintings by Christoph Ruckhaberle

Christoph Ruckhaberle a German based artist creates bold, figurative paintings.

His works are full of striking patterns and bold shapes. Which is complimented by his great use of coloured shadows to create a sense of three-dimensionality in a very two-dimensional piece. Below are some of his works from a 2015 series.

Untitled (XIV)

Untitled (III)

Untitled (XI)

Untitled (XIII)

Untitled (VII)

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