Ingo Leth (Duisburg, 1968) is a Dutch artist. As he attended the school for Graphic Design and Color Techniques he realized the impact and possibilities of art. As a Co-founder of a new art style he worked until the year 1999 in an artist group which got attention at home and abroad. In 2000 he advanced his art style. He has tried different styles of painting with different techniques. Now his work has developed to a combination of abstract with figurative. The passion for painting plays is an important role in his life. Painting is a way of development for him. Both abstract and figurative work are very close to his heart. He sees it as a privilege that he has the ability to work both in an abstract and realistic way.
In his works he always tries to establish a link between different cultures. One of his mottos is: “One aim of contemporary art is to join and learn from each other’s cultures.”
Symbols and stories give meaning to the works. Happiness (1000 cranes) and positivity play an important role in his work. He works with oil paint or acrylic paint on canvas, in combination with natural materials such as paper, sand or gold leaf.
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