Search by artist
Sluit

Rudolf Christian Baischartist • sculptorBöblingen (Duitsland) 1903-1990 Mettmann (Duitsland)

biography of Rudolf Christian Baisch

Rudolf Baisch actually wanted to become an aviator, but in 1918, in the economically bad post-war years, he had to give up this dream and became a dentist. Interested in material-technical aspects (he was a specialist in the field of working with ceramic material in dentistry), he started training at the academy in Düsseldorf in 1937. After 1945 he worked as a free artist. Initially he focused on small sculptures, especially of animals. From the 1950s onwards he made sculptures for public space (including parks, squares, conference halls, government buildings, schools). The artist has also become known for his lyrics and aphorisms.


for salesculptures by Baisch R.C.


Rudolf Christian Baisch | A turtle, bronze, 7.3 x 8.7 cm, signed on the bottom and dated '71

Rudolf Christian Baisch

statue • sculptuur • for sale

A turtle, 1971

Rudolf Christian Baisch | A bear, bronze, 9.3 x 11.8 cm, signed along the lower edge and executed circa 1975

Rudolf Christian Baisch

statue • sculptuur • for sale

A bear, ca. 1975


previously for salesculptures by Baisch R.C.


Rudolf Christian Baisch | Little Pelican I, bronze with a brown patina, 16.6 x 8.5 cm, signed with initials on the base

Rudolf Christian Baisch

statue • sculptuur • previously for sale

Little Pelican I

Rudolf Christian Baisch | A deer, bronze, 15.4 x 9.8 cm, signed on base

Rudolf Christian Baisch

statue • sculptuur • previously for sale

A deer

Rudolf Christian Baisch | A sitting bear cub, bronze with a brown patina, 9.6 x 7.4 cm, signed on base and executed 1953

Rudolf Christian Baisch

statue • sculptuur • previously for sale

A sitting bear cub, 1953


Open all year round

Tuesday to Saturday from 11-17 hours and by appointment