Here is another installment of architectural reliefs and murals from around the world.
Mural on exterior wall of a technical school in Oostende, Belgium. Artist unknown. Image via
Frau und Blume (Woman and Flower) by Heinz Mäde and Gert Pötzschig. Leipzig, Germany. Image via
Birds and sun mural on exterior of building, Singerstrasse, Berlin. Image via
Fritz Eisel (1929-2010), Volkstanz (Folk Dance), 1960, Frankfurt (Oder), Germany. Image via
Artist unknown, exterior ceramic abstract mural in Erfurt, Germany. Image via
Walter Womacka (1925-2010), Tauben und Weltkugel (Dove and Globe), 1967. Ceramic mural located above the entrance to the former German Democratic Republic government guesthouse in Berlin-Pankow.
Wide angle view of former GDR guesthouse in Berlin-Pankow, Germany.
Below are images of Willy Mignot's, Ik Kom Ik Ga (I Come I Go), 1956, which adorns the exterior of a train station in Eindhoven, Netherlands. The building was designed by modernist architect Koen van der Gaast.
Vintage photo of the train station showing Willy Mignot's relief at below-left. Image via
If you missed my first post about Dutch architectural reliefs and murals- click here.