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 Christian Peltenberg Brechneff  (1950 - )



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Lived/Active: New York/Connecticut / Greece/Switzerland      Known for: land, sea and skyscape painting

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Biography from Anderson Galleries, Inc.:
Christian Peltenberg Brechneff was born in 1950 in the Belgian Congo and received his MA from the Royal College of Art in London in 1975.  He holds both American and Swiss citizenship and currently lives and works in New York City; Hadlyme, Connecticut; and Sifnos, Greece.

As a pasting painter, he chooses primordial settings, and strives both to integrate and show the contradictoriness of the four archetypal elements of fire, water, earth and air.  His goal is to integrate as well as to preserve particularity by depicting  nature's creative contradictoriness as well as underlying unities- - - a simultaneity of conflict and convergence.

Each pastel is intended to be a transitional moment in the panoramic movement of an ever changing nature, a "passage" in the double sense of the word in that it is both symbolic of an expanding totality, and a unique record of an actual passage, in other words, a very particular passing moment, never to return- in nature.  

Among his subjects are the Indian Ocean at Rocktail Bay in South African, the Pacific Ocean at Haramara in Mexico, and the North Atlantic Ocean at East Hampton in the United States.

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