St. Mandé/Seine, 1950
Watercolour and charcoal on primed, crumpled wrapping paper, torn on top
790 mm x 540 mm
Painted in St. Mandé/Seine, probably March 1950
Hundertwasser comment about the work:
The city-dweller stands before high buildings, not in the buildings and not looking out of the windows. He is almost invisible, you can see buildings through him, or his clothing is a kind of camouflaged architecture. (from: Hundertwasser Architecture, Cologne, 1997, p. 10) Clothing is the second and the house the third skin of man. House and man are equal in size. (from: Hundertwasser 1928-2000, Catalogue Raisonné, Vol. 2, Taschen, Cologne, 2002, p. 182)
 
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