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Elmar Hund

Artist Elmar Hund Country Germany

Elmar Hund, German artist from Baden-Baden, Black Forest was working with the restoration of russian orthodox icons, using the original materials like gold leaf 24carat, vegetable pigments, powdered metals and precious stones. He was educated in ancient techniques by a priest in Bavaria who's name was legendary for his knowledge in the matter. There was pressure on Elmar to become a monk of this church and he became scared about the idea. Also, he felt tired and oppressed by the serious, dark and frightening expression and colors of these icon figures, mainly tempera colors in brown-red.

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