Friedrich DANIELIS, born in Bad Reichen­hall in 1944, grew up in Salzburg. Most of his work was main­ly done in pas­tel, gouache or egg tem­pera. A large ceil­ing fres­co “Tri­on­fo del­la Ragione”, for the Göt­tweig Abbey in Low­er Aus­tria, shows his var­i­ous for­mats. For the most part, he devel­ops his pic­ture ideas as cycles, which, how­ev­er, fol­low the spa­tial needs of the indi­vid­ual rep­re­sen­ta­tions and show dif­fer­ent pic­ture sizes. Its col­ors range from a flower-like scale to spher­i­cal col­or com­bi­na­tions. This gives his pic­tures some­thing float­ing. By deal­ing with fan­tas­tic top­ics, there is a homo­ge­neous inter­play of image con­tent and spe­cial­ly writ­ten texts. The artist lived and worked in Venice, New York and Vien­na. Friedrich Danielis dies on 18 July 2021 in Vienna.
1974 — first exhi­bi­tion in the Welz Gallery.

Friedrich DANIELIS, born in Bad Reichen­hall in 1944, grew up in Salzburg. Most of his work was main­ly done in pas­tel, gouache or egg tem­pera. A large ceil­ing fres­co “Tri­on­fo del­la Ragione”, for the Göt­tweig Abbey in Low­er Aus­tria, shows his var­i­ous for­mats. For the most part, he devel­ops his pic­ture ideas as cycles, which, how­ev­er, fol­low the spa­tial needs of the indi­vid­ual rep­re­sen­ta­tions and show dif­fer­ent pic­ture sizes. Its col­ors range from a flower-like scale to spher­i­cal col­or com­bi­na­tions. This gives his pic­tures some­thing float­ing. By deal­ing with fan­tas­tic top­ics, there is a homo­ge­neous inter­play of image con­tent and spe­cial­ly writ­ten texts. The artist lived and worked in Venice, New York and Vien­na. Friedrich Danielis dies on 18 July 2021 in Vienna.
1974 — first exhi­bi­tion in the Welz Gallery.


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