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STURM IM WASSERGLAS
STORM IN A GLASS OF WATER
TEMPETE DANS UN VERRE D'EAU

Kaurinui, 1999
Finished Kaurinui, Bottlehouse, February 1999
1398 mm x 995 mm
Mixed media: watercolour, egg tempera, oil, lacquer on primed paper, glued on canvas with PVA and cellulose glue; gold and silver leaf applied by Ralf Wittig, Zwettl
  • KunstHausWien, Vienna, Feb. 2003 - April 2003
  • KunstHausWien, Vienna, May - September, 2004
  • art cologne, Cologne, 2004
  • W. Schmied, Hundertwasser 1928-2000, Catalogue Raisonné, Cologne, 2000, Vol. I, pp. 216/217 (and c)
  • A. C. Fürst, Hundertwasser 1928-2000, Catalogue Raisonné, Cologne, 2002, Vol. II, p. 716 (c)
  • Regentag-Wassergläser für das Leben, Vienna, 2011, cover (c, English edition) and p. 68 (c, German edition)
  • Art News New Zealand, winter 1999, Auckland, p. 37 (c)
  • Hundertwasser 2004 Calendar, Taschen, Cologne (and reprints)
  • 2004 Hundertwasser Diary Jahrbuch, Borer & Wörner, Zug
  • Postcard, Museums Betriebs Gesellschaft mbH / Hundertwasser Archiv, Vienna, 2005 (repr. 2010, 2013)
  • Hundertwasser 2008 Calendar, Taschen, Cologne, backcover
  • Art print, Verlagsgruppe Weltbild, Augsburg, 2010
  • Hundertwasser Address book, Wörner, Rutesheim, 2011
  • Hundertwasser Notebook, Wörner, Rutesheim, 2011
  • Calendar, Hundertwasser Art 2012, Wörner, Rutesheim (small size)
  • Hundertwasser Diary 2012, Wörner, Rutesheim
  • Calendar, Hundertwasser Art 2013, teNeues, Kempen
  • Hundertwasser Art Calendar 2016, Wörner, Rutesheim
  • Hundertwasser Agenda 2018, Wörner Verlag, Rutesheim
  • Calendar, Hundertwasser Art 2019, Wörner Verlag, Rutesheim (small size)

Hundertwasser's comment on the work

In the Bottlehouse, where the walls are made of bottles, under a grass roof, it is wonderfully cool in the summer, and there is classical, usually Viennese music from the New Zealand concert-programme station, with no commercials, coming out of a South African radio with no batteries which can be charged by hand and also runs on sunlight. In the winter I heat with wood from my own trees. I don't think Dürer, Breughel or Schiele had it so good when they were painting. (from: Hundertwasser 1928-2000, Catalogue Raisonné, Vol. 2, Taschen, Cologne, 2002, p. 716)