Klaus Liebig (* 1936 - † 1996) studied at the Art Academy in Stuttgart and lived in the Black Forest from 1957 to 1970. It was here that his artistic career began with restless, rhythmically structured landscapes and figurative paintings using a high degree of abstraction and structures reminiscent of cubism. Little by little, Liebig left the influence of Cubism behind him and found his own representational imagery.
Exhibitions (Selection): 2007: peripherie-arts galerie, Ittigen, Switzerland (solo). 2001: „Retrospective 1964-1995“, Kallmann-Museum Ismaning, Munich, Germany (solo). 2000: Museum Burg Vische- ring, Lüdinghausen, Germany (solo). 1994: „Das Kleid“, Werkraum Buchholz, Denklingen, Germany (group). 1992: Kunstverein Augsburg, Holbeinhaus, Augsburg, Germany (solo).