Frederic Paul




       "SOUND OF RAIN"


  • Oil, Acrylic, Ricepaper on Stretched Canvas
  • 160x150 cm





  • Oil, Acrylic, Ricepaper on stretched canvas
  • 140 cm x 120 cm






  • Oil, Acrylic, Ricepaper on stretched canvas
  • 130 cm x 120 cm


Frederic Paul


The delicate & poetic artworks of the young painter Frederic Paul references his Asian roots in his

expressive & elaborate compositions. Inspired by the bold colours, spices, floral diversity & intensity of Asian cities this young emerging German artist works effortlessly with a range of media, including torn sections of canvas, ricepaper, acrylics & oil. Paul’s paintings feel organic & alive & have a sense of life & with a three dimensionality & depth.


Frederic Paul is an exciting, emerging contemporary artist. Born 1993 in Germany with connections to the Philippines, he lives & works in Munich & Landsberg am Lech. Over the past few years he has exhibited in solo & groups shows in Germany, London, Belgium, Greece, Portugal, Sweden and USA.



ST.ART Strasbourg/ Galerie Luzia Sassen
Affordable Art Fair Amsterdam / Galerie Luzia Sassen Affordable Art Fair Stockholm / Nordic Art Agency ARTMUC Kunstmesse / Munich
C.A.R Essen/ Galerie Luzia Sassen
ARTe Wiesbaden / Kunstmesse
Galerie Luzia Sassen, group exhibition, Köln
Gallery Frey, Solo Show, Munich
Art Karlsruhe / Galerie Luzia Sassen
Downtown 234 Gallery, Solo Show, USA-New Jersey


ARTMUC Kunstmesse / Munich
Affordable Art Fair London , with Folly & Muse bildpark gallery, Solo Show, Munich
Nordic Art Agency, Group Exhibition, Malm
Sweden Galerie Luzia Sassen, group exhibition , Siegburg Colorida Gallery, group exhibition, Lisbon, Portugal Galerie M Beck, group exhibition, Homburg, Saar Minima Gallery, group exhibition, Mykonos, Greece ARTMUC Kunstmesse / bildpark gallery, Munich Discovery Art Fair Cologne, with bildpark gallery Affordable Art Fair Brussels with Folly & Muse


ARTMUC Kunstmesse, Munich
Kammgarn Kaiserslautern, Outside the Box, curated group exhibition


Galerie Noah & Stadt Augsburg, alternative project, group exhibition Internationale Kunst Heute 2017, Art Book Series