Karine Daniel-Stader is a French
painter who makes her home near Freiburg, Germany. She
inherited her love of art from her father, who is also a
painter, and from her mother, a writer.
Her father always had a great love for early twentieth
century artists such as Gustav Klimt, Henri de
Toulouse-Lautrec, Marc Chagall, Vincent Van Gogh, Egon
Schiele, Frida Kahlo and many others. At a young age she
had the opportunity to see original works by these
artists, and she fell in love with their visual world.
She began to draw, as most of us do, in childhood, and
she hasn't stopped since.
She studied at the School of Fine Arts in France, where
she also pursued studies in Art History. Much of her
inspiration comes from music, poetry, Impressionism and
Art Nouveau. For the most part she paints women in
intimate, precious moments. In her paintings she views
them as if "through a keyhole", capturing their
romantic, melancholy and innocent expressions."
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