Ink Drawings


These are just a few of the works currently available. Please call or email the the 8 gallery for more info on inventory and prices.

Fritz Rauh studied four years at the Braunscweig Art School and Academy (1952), Germany. He came to the United States in 1954 and became associated with Gordon Onslow Ford, Richard Bowman, Lee Mullican and Fred Reichman who painted in abstraction based on sources both in nature and Asian art. He was among the artists represented by the Rose Rabow gallery. "His acrylic paintings of the late 1960's and the 1970's were rhythmic abstractions filled with squiggles of color through which flowed meandering paths of radiant light, suggesting microscopic views of nature." Thomas Albright, Art in the San Francisco Bay Area, 1945-1980.

Solo Exhibitions:

M.H. De Young Museum, San Francisco, 1956

David Cole Gallery, Sausalito, 1959

Louvre Gallery, San Francisco, 1963

San Francisco Museum of Art, 1967

Trutton Gallery, San Francisco, 1968

Rose Rabow Gallery, San Francisco, 1969, 74, 75, 77

William Sawyer Gallery, San Francisco, 1971, 72