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Urs Amann

Urs Amann (born 1951) is a Swiss surrealist painter. He is mostly known as the painter of the cover art for several Klaus Schulze records, all in a style reminiscent of Salvador Dalí. He also illustrated the covers of many books, including some of his brother Jürg Amann, who is a Swiss writer. Urs Amann likes to qualify his work as "meta-realistic painting".

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Urs Amann Saatchi Art Without words by Urs Amann

Biography

Urs Amman was born 1951 in Winterthur. During 1971, in Berlin, he produced his first oil paintings. In 1972, he followed the course of the Form+Farbe school in Zurich. Since 1974, he has been an independent artist, and since 1980, he has been a member of the Winterthur artists group.

Cover art

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Note: some records (Irrlicht, Cyborg, and Picture Music) have been published several times under various covers from other artists.

Klaus Schulze
  • Irrlicht (1972)
  • Cyborg (1973)
  • Blackdance (1974)
  • Picture Music (1975)
  • Timewind (1975)
  • Adelbert Von Deyen
  • Atmosphere (1980)
  • Wolfgang Bock
  • Cycles (1980)
  • References

    Urs Amann Wikipedia


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