Bernhard Eder - autumn 1987 - oil on wood
In the 1980s, the German painter Bernhard Eder, who studied at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich with Mac Zimmermann and Vienna with Albert Paris Güthersloh, bought the courtyard and renovated it Buildings by shaping the walls inside and outside with his hands and thus transforming the old walls into a fantastic sculpture.
Bernhard Eder's painting is strongly influenced by Hieronymus Bosch, MC Escher, the Vienna School of Fantastic Realism and the Old Masters of the Renaissance. He said of himself that he wasn't a painter at all, but a storyteller. The original in the studio will be happy to tell you the story of autumn.