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Michael Sowa German Artist

Paintings by German Artist Michael Sowa

Michael Sowa (b.1945) is a German artist known for his whimsical, surreal and stunning paintings often featuring animals. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Berlin for seven years, spent a brief time as an art teacher and then became a painter.

Paintings by German Artist Michael SowaPig in Soup

Pink Flamingos



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Paintings by German Artist Michael Sowa


Paintings by German Artist Michael Sowa


Paintings by German Artist Michael SowaWoman with Moth


Paintings by German Artist Michael SowaHappy Easter


Painting by German Artist Michael SowaThe Last Hours of Pompei


Painting by German Artist Michael SowaSwine Lake in Autumn


Michael Sowa German Artist A Summer Night's Melancholy

Michael Sowa German Artist February

Michael Sowa German Artist

Michael Sowa German Artist Naumann's Cruelty Service for Cats

Michael Sowa German ArtistBunny Dressing

Michael Sowa German ArtistHaunted City

Michael Sowa German ArtistHighway Pig

Michael Sowa German Artist

Michael Sowa German ArtistSharks of Suburbia

Michael Sowa German ArtistBear

Michael Sowa German Artist

Michael Sowa German ArtistThe Broken Paw

Michael Sowa German ArtistFilmhound

Michael Sowa German ArtistQuiet Days

Illustration by Michael Sowa German ArtistRabbit on a Rainy Street

Illustration by Michael Sowa German ArtistRabbit on a Train

Illustration by Michael Sowa German Artist

Illustration by Michael Sowa German ArtistFowl with Pearls

23 comments:

  1. I love these paintings! great sense of humor and witticism. Thanks for sharing!
    Hugs

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  2. Wonderfoul, please, could you incl. the paint of bear and girl showed at Amelie film.
    Thanks a lot for your fascinating work.
    Michelle

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  3. Great to see so many Sowa's together, thanks very much!

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  4. I love your art! It makes me smile :)

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  5. Those are amazing! thank you for showing this to us!

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  6. Thank you for the feedback, krakowianka, I actually visited your blog marzenki.blogspot.com. Those are beautiful photos, and I loved the wedding blog too. Great job!

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  7. I LOVE ALL OF THESE! They are so unique and I just LOVE the eerie feel that most of them have, but yet, they're so fun at the same time! LOVE LOVE LOVE!

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  8. Maybe you can help me out. I’m looking for the 'Fish-men picture', do you know which museum has it or where I can find it?

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  10. Unfortunately, I can't help you

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  11. dreary paintings, but still have to smile while looking at them.

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  12. Aw. These paintings are so sweet! I like the way he depicts the various animals in them, especially the pigs. Normally, I don't find pigs very interesting. There's just something about the way he paints them, they seem so...playful. All of the paintings do.

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  13. Thanks for reminding me how much I love Sowa's work; it is quietly whimsical; very atmospheric. Lovely.

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  14. Thanks for the feedback, Jody

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  15. Does anyone know where I could buy a copy of "Rabbit on a Rainy Street"?

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  16. Thank you for your brilliant window into the wonderful world of rarely seen art, loving the journey!
    Charlie.

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    1. Thank you, Charlie, I sincerely appreciate your feedback!

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  17. Fantastic - love the whimsy and the animal themes.

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  18. The word "Katzenschinderei" on a picture with cats waiting at a small house entrance means a "knacker's yard for cats". "Eintritt nach Aufruf" - smth. like "Enter when called"

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  19. "Katzenschinderei" means "a knacker's yard for cats". "Eintritt nach Aufruf" on the same picture means "Enter after being called".

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  20. Looks like the comments from the people commenting here say it all. Fab stuff, I love the haunting reality aspect of it. I think I've been to some of these places, somewhere in time, somewhere in my mind.

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  21. Would love to find a print of the one with giraffes. Have seen it called Quiet Afternoon with Giraffes, but this may not be correct. If anyone could point me in the right direction it would be much apprreciated.

    Lovely blog post. Wonderful to see his work so nicely presented.

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