Volkmar Schulz-Rumpold

b. 1956, German


Born in the Spandau district of Berlin, Volkmar Schulz-Rumpold held a variety of different jobs before becoming an artist. He worked for the Deutsche Reichsbahn, the East German state railway, from 1974 to 1981. He also owned a pub in Berlin and held odd jobs in and around Bremen, including working as a cemetery caretaker. He began making art in 1985 and had his first exhibition at Galerie Roche in Bremen in 1986. Since 1991 he has lived and worked north of Berlin and has continued to show his work throughout Europe.

Portfolio of Work

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Peacock, n.d.

Graphite and crayon on cardboard


Donated to the Milwaukee Art Museum