Hans-Peter Müller

Artist Profile
Imaginary Realism

Hans-Peter Müller is german painter born (1942) in Leipzig. In his young years (1961) he started studying at the University of Leipzig at the department of Art Education & History. He completed this study in 1965 and continued his development of art at the Academy of Graphic Arts at the University of Leipzig.

An artwork of Hans-Peter Müller, called Der Beginn

Under the guidance of professors such as Harry Blume, Bernhard Heisig, Wolfgang Mattheuer, Hans Mayer-Foreyt and Werner Tübke, Hans-Peter Muller graduated in 1970 as painter and graphic artist. After completing this academy, he works as freelancer.

“Das Abendland ist wieder im Kommen”

Since 1994 Hans-Peter Muller became “Socitaire du Salon d`Automne” in Paris, where he showed his work every year. In the year 1997 the “Société des Artistes Français” recognizes his talent by awarding him the the Bronze of medal.

Together with his wife, Alexandra Müller-Jontschewa who is also an artist by profession, he joined the international artists group “Libellule” in 2006.

Hans-Peter Müller works have been shown worldwide in many country such as France, Russia, Portugal, Japan, Germany, Czech Republic, Belgium.

An artwork of Hans-Peter Müller, called Castel del Monte An artwork of Hans-Peter Müller, called Odins Tränen An artwork of Hans-Peter Müller, called Mariage Madeleine I An artwork of Hans-Peter Müller, called La Madeleine An artwork of Hans-Peter Müller, called Transport nach Gallien An artwork of Hans-Peter Müller, called Der Beginn An artwork of Hans-Peter Müller, called Wer ist Maria An artwork of Hans-Peter Müller, called Antonius in Saintes Maries de la Meer An artwork of Hans-Peter Müller, called Ameise mit Möbiusband An artwork of Hans Peter Müller, called Am Capo Vaticano
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