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Imaginary Landscapes, Part IV: Avraham Kan, Hundertwasser, Franziska Schmalzl, Laszlo Koday and Guido Vedovato

Pictured above is Streets of Tel Aviv, Pua painted with oil on canvas by the Tel Aviv-based self-taught artist Avraham Kan. What follows are several more fanciful landscapes that I’ve recently encountered in a diverse range of settings:

The late largely self-taught Austrian artist Hundertwasser, Who Has Eaten All My Windows, Mixed media, as seen at the Museum Hundertwasser in Vienna

Austrian artist Franziska Schmalzl, Expedition ins Kartoffelland, Mixed media, as seen at Kunst Klinger Contemporary in Vienna

Self-taught Hungarian painter Laszlo Koday, Here Is My Horse, Oil on canvas, as seen at GINA Gallery in Tel Aviv

Self-taught Italian artist Guido Vedovato, Owl Amidst theTrees, Oil on canvas, as seen at GINA Gallery in Tel Aviv

Photos of images by Lois Stavsky