"Emil Jürgenscheibe. "No frame. Signed and dated 68 lower right. Annotations on the back, see photo.
Emil Jürgen Scheibe (1914 - 2008).
Born October 23, 1914 in Munich, died December 21, 2008 is a German painter and graphic artist with existential realism. 1935-1939 studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich and at the Academy of Applied Arts, where he passed his exam as an art teacher. In 1940 he taught in Schweinfurt. From 1945 to 1948, he was an independent painter in Heidelberg, where he developed his style of "existential realism". In 1946, he began to paint religious motifs, especially ink drawings. In 1949 he returned to Munich. From 1949 to 1951, he taught art at Dom-Gymnasium Freising. On September 16, 1954, he founded the group Munich Realists. In 1951 he married Elfriede Weitzel. He has had important exhibitions at the Academy of Munich and Trier (1974 and 1975), at St. Martin's Church in Sindelfingen (1979), at the Merzig Public Library (1980), at St. Egidien's Nuremberg (1981) and the Marktkirche. in Hanover (1987) and the 90th anniversary of 2004 in Munich.