Franz Stuck’s Lucifer

Franz Von Stuck (1863 –1928)  was a German artist whose paintings were actually mentioned by Carl Jung and having seen them I can understand why.

Franz Stuck (in case you’re interested the “von” didn’t come until he was knighted in 1905) painted Lucifer in 1890, and as you can see it’s an extremely powerful painting. So powerful that In 1891 it was reported that Bulgaria’s Prince Ferdinand’s ministers were so terrified that they made the sign of the cross before it.

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This is a hand painted fine art replica of Franz Stuck’s Lucifer

 

Would you like a fine art copy of Franz Stuck’s Lucifer?

If you would to commission a fine art copy of your favourite oil painting please visit the Fabulous Masterpieces website or email info@fabulousmasterpieces.co.uk with the name of artist and painting that you have in mind.

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We’re an art reproduction company called Fabulous Masterpieces that solely concentrates on painting high quality reproduction oil paintings.  We’ve even produced a magazine on the topic to help you out if you want to learn more about fine art copies. Just click on the image above.

Bye for now

Anna x

 

 

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